Considering the times, DaBaby's first real prolific album "Baby On Baby" has become somewhat of an essential. Seeing the iconic cover art plastered just about everywhere I go, yet not having a super good idea of what the music in itself sounded like, it was only going to be a matter of time before I heard this and, after doing so, I guess I left getting what I was expecting. This, to put it nicely, is an album. An album that revels in its mediocrity and occasionally features a charismatic persona from DaBaby and a sleek flow every here and there. But, at the end of the day, it was pretty average. There wasn't anything ever too interesting about the album. The production was never too inventive or dissimilar to the current trap rap landscape; the record's sound fit itself perfectly into that archetype. As a result, my boredom remained at a pretty consistent level throughout. On some tracks though, DaBaby actually does inject quite a bit of life into the project, bringing quite a vibrant and likeable personality to the tracks. However, this personality never fully alleviates the album's strongly generic sound, making for only brief fleeting moments of enjoyment. "Baby On Baby" has its moments here and there, but it's more or less just another trap rap album.
Best Tracks: Suge, Goin Baby, Baby Sitter
Worst Tracks: Celebrate, Best Friend, Tupac