North Carolina rap artist and 2019 XXL freshman, DaBaby, has shared his thoughts about 50 Cent after he produced Pop Smoke’s posthumous new album, ‘Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon.’
During a recent interview with ‘Billboard,’ the 28-year-old rapper discussed Pop Smoke’s posthumous album produced by 50 Cent. He admitted that he wants to collaborate one day with the iconic rapper as he shows his admiration for Fifty. He said:
“That’s one of the people that I grew up watching. That’s somebody I actually studied. [50 is] versatile, not only as an artist, just as an individual, period—being business-minded, acting … being versatile. I soak that up from him.”
DaBaby also mentioned his success in 2019 and how he faces a lot more successful rappers in 2020 such as his friends Lil Baby and Roddy Ricch. He said:
“It’s a close race, ain’t it. I really can’t call it. I rock with Lil Baby and I rock with Roddy Ricch. Both of them my partners, man. Both of them real good dudes. Both of them real genuine dudes. For us three to be the three names in that conversation right now, it wouldn’t matter to me where the standings land at the end of the year. I know what I’m going for. They my partners. Love y’all to death.”
You can watch the full interview below, and click here for the source of the statement.