American rapper and composer DaBaby has a $6 million dollar fortune. Let’s discover the DaBaby net worth.
“Baby on Baby” opened at #7 on the “Billboard” 200, #2 on the Top Rap Albums and #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Certified Platinum.
His 2019 and 2020 albums, “Kirk” and “Blame It on Baby,” both went platinum and topped the “Billboard” 200, Top Rap Albums, and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. DaBaby’s hit tracks include “Suge,” “Bop,” and “Rockstar” (featuring Roddy Ricch).
He directed the music videos for “Ball If I Want To,” “Red Light Green Light,” and “Giving What It’s Supposed to Give” 2017: He founded Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment.
DaBaby Early Life
DaBaby was born in Cleveland, Ohio on December 22, 1991, as Jonathan Lyndale Kirk. He is the youngest of three sons, and his family relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina in 1999.
After graduating from Vance High School in 2010, DaBaby attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for two years. Regarding his undergraduate experience, he stated, “I didn’t even have a major decision in college. I merely attended school to please my parents.” DaBaby’s father passed away in 2019, and his brother Glenn committed himself by shooting himself in 2020.
Baby Jesus was DaBaby’s first name. 2015 mixtape “Nonfiction” He released “God’s Work” and “Resurrected” in 2016. In 2017, he published “Baby Talk,” “Baby Talk 2,” “Billion Dollar Baby,” and “Baby Talk 4.”
DaBaby secured a contract with Roc Nation via South Coast to release “Blank Blank” in 2018. DaBaby got a seven-figure contract with Interscope after a bidding war for his mixtape.
His debut studio album, “Baby on Baby,” was released on March 1, 2019. (Offset) DaBaby was nominated for two Grammys for “Suge,” which topped the “Billboard” Hot 100 and “Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs” charts.
“Intro,” “Bop,” and “Vibez” from DaBaby’s follow-up album, “Kirk,” were certified Platinum or higher. With 22, he had the most hits on the “Billboard” Hot 100 in 2019.
“Blame It on Baby” was published on April 17, 2020. “Rockstar” reached Double Platinum or higher in the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
He released “My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G)” in November to honor his late brother Glenn. Da Baby is featured in “Cash Shit” and “Cry Baby” by Megan Thee Stallion, “Truth Hurts (DaBaby Remix)” by Lizzo, “Richer Than Everyone,” “Hot Shower” by Chance the Rapper, “My Oh My” by Camila Cabello, “Levitating” by Dua Lipa, and “Nah Nah Nah (Remix)” by Kanye West.
DaBaby Personal Life
DaBaby has 2 daughters. MeMe, who has a son called Caleb, raises DaBaby’s elder daughter.
“His blood covers me.” DaBaby and his family were robbed at a Walmart in Huntersville, North Carolina, in 2018. Jalyn Craig, 19, was shot and died.
DaBaby stated security cameras would prove he shot in self-defense. He got unsupervised probation in June 2019 for concealing a pistol. DaBaby was apprehended in Miami in 2020 after his group stole and injured a music promoter who owed him $10,000.
They grabbed two iPhones and $80. DaBaby was arrested in Miami for assault in Texas. After 48 hours, he was cleared of assault in the Miami heist.
In Tampa, Fla., DaBaby slapped a female fan, drawing boos. Then he stated he slapped her because her flashing phone was too near.
He said, “I was chatting to a lady when the flash went off. Your brightness hid you from me.”
DaBaby’s appearances at Lollapalooza, Governors Ball, Austin City Limits, Parklife, iHeartRadio Music Festival, Day N Vegas, and Music Midtown were canceled after homophobic statements at Rolling Loud.
BoohooMAN split up with DaBaby following its 100-piece summer collection because of his comments regarding women.
DaBaby Awards And Nominations
Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance, and Record of the Year are up for “Suge,” “BOP,” and “Rockstar,” respectively (2021). Since his first album came out in 2012, he has been up for Artist of the Year, Best Hip-Hop, and Song of the Summer (2020).
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song and Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Song went to Suge, Babysitter, and Cash Shit DaBaby in 2020.
This year, he’s up for a record-setting eleven BET Awards, including “best male hip hop artist.” He also won the 2019 BET Hip Hop Award for a best new hip-hop artist. In 2021, “Rockstar” won the awards for Best Rap Song and Best Streaming Song.
DaBaby spent $2.3 million for an 11,300-square-foot North Carolina house in 2019. (population: approximately 2,800). The mansion features 8.5 bathrooms, a home theater, and 5 bedrooms. Nine-acre site contains concrete barricades, security towers, and stadium lighting.