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Monday, November 28, 2022

DaBaby says he’s on the same level as Eminem, Kendrick Lamar & J. Cole when it comes to freestyles

DaBaby says he’s on the same level as Eminem, Kendrick Lamar & J. Cole when it comes to freestyles.

DaBaby isn’t shy when it comes to boasting about his rapping ability.

During a recent appearance on My Expert Opinion with Math Hoffa, the North Carolina rapper argued that his mic skills are on the same level as all-time greats such as Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and J. Cole.

“If I don’t feel like you know nothing about this shit, I’m not about to try and exploit my real life anyways, I’m just doing me,” DaBaby explained. “So when it come to like pain or anything that affects me or effects somebody I love I couldn’t dealt running round god damn exploiting that shit. I can’t do it.”

He continued, “Ok you can put this beat on and I’ll go Eminem level on that bitch, you gotta get one of them to come fuck with me. You gotta go get Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, I don’t wanna disrespect nobody but boy, raise your hand,” Baby said. “I’m like that. N***as know too and I’m like that for real I don’t gotta talk about nobody else story. I’ll talk about me.”

“Don’t get it fuckin’ twisted,” he told Justin Credible and DJ Sour Milk. “I like to turn people up, I like to make people feel good, but at the same time, you gotta get Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole for me, n***a. Nas, JAY-Z. You gotta go get them ones.”

After getting rave reviews about his freestyle over Gunna’s “Pushin P” instrumental. DaBaby didn’t hold back in comparing his bars to two legends and their contemporaries.

“Don’t get it fuckin’ twisted,” he told Justin Credible and DJ Sour Milk. “I like to turn people up, I like to make people feel good, but at the same time, you gotta get Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole for me, n-gga. Nas, JAY-Z. You gotta go get them ones.”

“DaBaby saying he is at the same level lyrically as Nas, Jay-Z, Kendrick shows what’s wrong with this generation’s rappers.,” one Twitter user wrote. “Charts and mainstream fame makes them think they are iller than the illest.”

Others on Instagram added regardless of DaBaby having a high level of flow, articulation and delivery, the substance in his music couldn’t line up with the four rappers he mentioned, even as his two freestyles with the Leakers emphasized sleeping with other people’s women, his riches, beating down his enemies and more.

DaBaby’s time in Los Angeles during Super Bowl week hasn’t been entirely peaceful. Despite the high praise for his appearance at Power 106, the rapper earned himself a ban from Corbin Bowl in Topanga, California, for his alleged actions following a fight at the venue on Wednesday (February 9).

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