DaBaby (previously Baby Jesus) is an American rapper born on December 22, 1991. In 2019, he soared to national stardom after releasing many mixtapes between 2014 and 2018.
DaBaby’s first studio album, Baby on Baby (2019), reached number seven on the Billboard 200, while Kirk (2019) debuted at number one. The former included the top-ten Billboard Hot 100 single “Suge,” while the latter included the multi-platinum singles “Intro” and “Bop.”
Blame It on Baby (2020), his third studio album went to number one in the United States for the second time. His highest-charting song, “Rockstar” (with Roddy Ricch), spent seven weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in a row.
Jonathan Lyndale Kirk (DaBaby) has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars.
As an American rapper and composer, DaBaby has a net worth of $6 million in 2022.
His debut studio album, “Baby on Baby,” was certified Platinum and peaked at #7 on the Billboard 200, #2 on the Top Rap Albums chart, and #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Both of his follow-up albums, “Kirk” and “Blame It on Baby,” went Platinum and topped the “Billboard” 200, Top Rap Albums, and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. DaBaby’s hit singles include “Suge,” “Bop,” and “Rockstar,” which have all been certified four times platinum (featuring Roddy Ricch). DaBaby directed music videos for “Ball If I Want To,” “Red Light Green Light,” and “Giving What It’s Supposed to Give,” as well as Rich Dunk’s “Gas Gas” and “Demon” and Stunna 4 Vegas’ “Play U Lay.” Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment, a record label, was created by him in 2017.
On December 22, 1991, in Cleveland, Ohio, DaBaby was born Jonathan Lyndale Kirk. He is the youngest of three sons, and his family relocated to Charlotte in 1999. DaBaby attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for two years after graduating from Vance High School in 2010.
He has expressed his feelings on his college years by saying, “In college, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. For the sake of my parents, I just went to school.” Glenn died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 2020, while DaBaby’s father died in 2019.
DaBaby’s music career began in 2015, when he released the mixtape “Nonfiction,” under the moniker Baby Jesus. “So Disrespectful” and “The 10 Minute Mixtape,” both released that year, were followed by “God’s Work” and “God’s Work Resurrected,” both released in 2016. “Baby Talk,” “Baby Talk 2,” “Billion Dollar Baby,” “Baby Talk 3,” “Back On My Baby Jesus Shit,” and “Baby Talk 4” were among the six mixtapes he released in 2017.
After president Arnold Taylor saw DaBaby perform in North Carolina clubs, he signed with the record label South Coast Music Group. DaBaby signed a distribution contract with Roc Nation, Jay-entertainment Z’s organization, to release his 2018 mixtape “Blank Blank” through South Coast. Because of the mixtape’s success, record labels competed for DaBaby’s services, and he eventually signed a seven-figure deal with Interscope. On March 1, 2019, he released “Baby on Baby,” his debut studio album, which included the singles “Suge” and “Baby Sitter” (featuring Offset). DaBaby received two Grammy nominations for “Suge,” which charted at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
What methods did DaBaby use to accumulate his wealth?
DaBaby made his money in the music industry. In 2015, the musician released “Nonfiction,” his first mixtape under the moniker “Baby Jesus.” Shortly after, he released the “God’s Work” mixtape series, solidifying his place in the music industry.
In 2019, the musician secured a deal with Interscope Records, founding “Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment” and renaming himself “DaBaby.” Kirks’ debut album, “Baby on Baby,” was released in March 2019, and the single “Suge” entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart’s top ten.
DaBaby took advantage of the excitement and released “Kirk” later that year. On the Billboard Hot 100, the hit track “Intro” is charted at number 13. “Suge” earned DaBaby two Grammy nominations at the 2020 awards, in the categories of Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.
Recognition and Awards
Babysitter, Cash Shit, and Suge received ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards in 2020.
He earned a BET Award for Best Male Hip Hop Artist in the character of Himself in 2020.
He was named Best New Hip Hop Artist at the BET Hip Hop Awards in 2019.
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Collection of DaBaby Cars
Dababy has a sizable automobile collection, including some high-end sports cars. DaBaby owns a $21,90,000 automobile collection. One of the most costly cars in his collection is a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, which costs $460,000.
Kirk is the father of two. In 2017, he welcomed his first child, and in 2020, he will welcome his second child.
Kirk’s father passed away in 2019, not long after Kirk’s studio collection was released.