DaBaby Drops 'Peep Hole' Music Video Alongside 'Blame It On Baby' Deluxe Album

DaBaby goes by “Billboard Baby” now, according to the intro track on the deluxe version of his Billboard 200 No. 1 album Blame It On Baby that arrives on streaming services today (Aug. 4).

The chart-topping rapper’s latest braggadocious efforts come to life in his new music video for “PEEP HOLE,” which he released Monday (Aug. 3) ahead of the new 24-track LP. Dripping in head-to-toe designer outfits at a socially distant photoshoot, the 28-year-old rapper sports anything from an orange Gucci tracksuit to a casual Burberry snapback, T-shirt and shorts look.

But as he holds onto this part of his lifestyle, he lets go of another, which he outlines bluntly in the chorus with a doorknock-like beat: “Baby, he don’t wanna be a player no more/ I was lookin’ out the peephole with it/… I done hit a lotta freak h–s/ N—a, guess safe, safe for you to say that I’m a ho/ I’m out the game, I’m not a player anymore.”

Similarly to how he addressed the Black Lives Matter movement with a “BLM Remix” of his Roddy Ricch-assisted No. 1 hit “Rockstar,” DaBaby references the 1988 N.W.A. hit “F— the Police” and sings about not wanting to be taken away from his daughter in the second verse.

“Lame-n—a-bi— taker, fuck the police/ You yellin’ with a gun, now how the f— we gon’ think?/ You take my daughter daddy, how the f— she gon’ eat?/ I kill me a cop, what the f— they gon’ think?/ Probably hang on the tree,” DaBaby hollers as the camera continues flashing.

Watch the Spicy and James Rico-directed “Peephole” music video and listen to the deluxe edition of Blame It On Baby below.