Many have accused DaBaby of always using the same flow, which he responded to during an interview with The Breakfast Club earlier this year.
He talked about the topic again in a new interview with Rolling Stone.
"The fact of the matter is, I’ve been making records like that since before the first record. I’d been making crossover records, diverse records. With this being my third album in 12 months, I thought at that point fans would be ready," he said about his Blame It on Baby album. "I’ve never been afraid to jump in the water. If there’s a style of music I can take it to, I’ll do that. I want to push the envelope and grow as an artist. Now, whether or not the fans are ready to grow with me, that’s something I have to find out in hindsight. They don’t know what they need till you give it to ’em."
Do you want to hear DaBaby change his style?