CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 15: DaBaby performs at the Hennessy All-Star Saturday Night with Nas, A$AP Ferg, & Da Baby at The Old Post Office on February 15, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois.

DaBaby has released a new song entitled “Peep Hole”  along with a coinciding video. The North Carolina rapper is currently preparing to drop a deluxe edition of his album Blame It on Baby. On the eve of the album’s release, DaBaby dropped a visual for his new single.

The video for “Peep Hole” was shot during the rapper’s 24-hour trip to Los Angeles. In the video, the Grammy-nominated artist, who was recently nominated for three MTV VMAs, announces that he doesn’t “wanna be a player no more.”

While rapping his verses, DaBaby also shows off his drip in Gucci bucket hats and Burberry short sets. “I’m always on the charts like I’m Drizzy,” DaBaby raps on the record, referencing Drake.

“I got 15 beds, we ain’t layin’ on the floor / I done hit a lot of freak hoes,” DaBaby raps. “N—-s guess it’s safe, safe for you to say that I’mma hoe / I’m out the game, I’m not a player anymore,” he raps.

On Tuesday, the deluxe edition of Blame It on Baby drops featuring 10 brand new tracks. Back in April, DaBaby released the original version of the album, which features the rapper’s hit single “Rockstar” with Roddy Ricch. The song remains No. 1 for a seventh week on the Billboard Hot 100.

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