KIRK drops at midnight.

DaBaby is simultaneously one of the hottest ascending rappers while also undergoing an artistic renaissance. He’s the mind behind the platinum “Suge” and charting debut album, Baby On Baby; but with his most recent single, “INTRO,” the Carolina rapper has demonstrated a mature perspective by channeling honest emotions into a refined product. Speaking on the importance of family, this artistic renaissance will come to a head with DaBaby’s sophomore album, KIRK, dropping tomorrow. 

Providing further context into what to expect on KIRK, a title commemorating his surname, and additional life details and perspective, DaBaby stopped by Big Boy’s Neighborhood to deliver a thoughtful interview. While he raps with an unmistakable bravado, the 27-year-old artist comes from humble beginnings, and laces that humility into his disposition and rhetoric, making for a relatable figure who you want to champion.

Now that DaBaby’s established himself as a hit-maker, he is free to explore further artistic depth, following a roadmap traveled rigorously by those before him. 

Hopefully, the “sophomore slump” curse won’t follow DaBaby into KIRK, but by the sound of “INTRO” and this Big Boy interview, he won’t have to worry about that.

Watch the DaBaby x Big Boy interview below: