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DaBaby Net Worth 2023, Age, Wife, Kids, Girlfriend, Height, Cars, Wiki-Bio



What is DaBaby’s Net Worth?

American rapper and songwriter DaBaby has a net worth of $6 million. His first studio album, 2019, “Baby on Baby”, was certified Platinum. It reached #7 on Billboard’s 200 charts, #2 on the Top Rap Albums charts, and #3 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. His next albums, “Kirk” in 2019 and “Blame it on Baby” in 2020, were also certified Platinum. They topped the Billboard 200, Top Rap Albums, and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. DaBaby is well-known for his hit singles, including the 4x Platinum “Suge,” 3x Platinum “Bop,” and 5x Platinum ‘Rockstar’ (featuring Roddy Rincch). DaBaby directed his music videos “Ball If I Wish To”, “Red Light Green Light” and “Giving what It’s Supposed To Give”, as well as Rich Dunk’s “Gas Gas” and “Demon” videos, and Stunna 4 Vegas’ “Play U Lay” video. He launched Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment in 2017.


Early life

DaBaby was Born Jonathan Lyndale Kirk in Cleveland, Ohio, on December 22, 1991. DaBaby is the youngest of three sons. In 1999, the family moved from Cleveland, Ohio to Charlotte, North Carolina. DaBaby graduated from Vance High School in 2010 and then spent two years at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. DaBaby said that he didn’t have a college major. My parents were the only reason I went to school. DaBaby’s dad died in 2019, while his brother Glenn was killed by a self-inflicted shotgun wound in 2020.

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Age, Height, and Weight

DaBaby was Born on December 22, 1991. he is now 29 years old as of July 2021.  DaBaby Height and Weight · In feet– 5 feet 8 inches · In centimeters–173 cm · In meters– 1.73 m.



DaBaby was originally known as Baby Jesus and began his music career in 2015. He released the “Nonfiction” mixtape in 2015. Two more mixtapes were released that year: “So Disrespectful”, “The 10-minute Mixtape” and “God’s Work.” He then released “God’s Work,” and “God’s Work Revisited” in 2016. He released six mixtapes in 2017: “Baby Talk”, “Baby Talk 2,” Billion Dollar Baby,”,” “Baby Talk 3,” and “Back On My Baby Jesus Shit.” After Arnold Taylor saw DaBaby perform in North Carolina clubs, Taylor signed him with South Coast Music Group. South Coast was the place where DaBaby signed a distribution agreement with Jay-Z’s entertainment firm, Roc Nation to release his 2018 mixtape, “Blank Blank.” Due to the popularity of the mixtape, Interscope offered DaBaby a seven-figure deal. On March 1, 2019, he released his first studio album, Baby on Baby. It featured the singles “Suge”, and “Baby Sitter”, (featuring Offset). “Suge” reached #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #3 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts. It earned DaBaby two Grammy nominations.

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DaBaby’s second album, “Kirk”, was released on September 27, 2019. The singles “Intro,” Bop” and “Vibez”, were all Platinum-certified or higher. His singles reached the Billboard Hot 100 in 2019, making them 22 more than any other artist that year. On April 17, 2020, he released “Blame it on Baby,” his third studio album. The single “Rockstar”, which topped the charts in more than a dozen countries, went Double Platinum or higher in the U.S. and Canada. He released the EP “My Brother’s Keeper” (Long Live G) in November, as a tribute to Glenn. Da Baby has been featured on many tracks, including Megan Thee Stallion’s “Cash Shit” and “Cry Baby”, Gucci Mane’s “Richer Than Errybody,” Chance the Rapper’s “Hot Shower,” Camila Cabell’s” My Oh My,” Dua Lipa’s ‘Levitating” and Kanye West’s (“Nah Nah Nah (Remix)”).


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Personal Life

DaBaby is the father of two daughters. MeMe, his ex-girlfriend, is the mother to his older daughter. She also has Caleb, a son from a previous relationship that DaBaby calls “the oldest of my three.” He stated that he was blessed when he spoke about religion. “I’m covered by Christ’s blood.” Two men approached DaBaby in 2018 while he was out shopping at Huntersville’s Walmart. Jalyn Craig (19 years old) was killed in a gunshot to the abdomen after an altercation broke out. DaBaby confirmed that Craig was involved in the shooting, and stated that security camera footage would prove that he acted in self-defense. He was sentenced to one-year probation and was convicted in June 2019 of carrying a concealed firearm. He was interrogated by Miami police during a robbery investigation. His crew had robbed and beaten up a music promoter owing DaBaby $10,000. According to reports, they stole $80, a credit card, and an iPhone 7. After discovering that he was wanted in Texas for a battery offense, the Miami authorities arrested DaBaby. After 48 hours, he was released from prison after being charged with battery about the Miami robbery.

DaBaby hit a woman fan as he made his way to the stage of a concert in Tampa in 2020. The crowd was booing him. He didn’t perform a song and left the venue. Later, he claimed that he had slapped the woman after her phone was too close while recording with the flash. He said, “I’m sorry there was a woman on the other side of that flashlight on their phones.” Keep in mind that I couldn’t see your flash because it was so close to my face. DaBaby made homophobic remarks at Miami’s Rolling Loud Festival in July 2021. His scheduled appearances at Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits Festival, Lollapalooza, Day N Vegas, Day N Vegas, and Parklife Festival were canceled. BoohooMAN, a fashion brand, announced that it would not be working with DaBaby after his comments. This was just weeks after his 100-piece summer collection.


Nominations and Awards

DaBaby was nominated for six Grammys, including Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance (2020), Best Rap Performance (BOP) (2021), Best Rap Song, Melodic Rap Performance, and Record of The Year (2021). Four MTV Video Music Award nominations have been made for him: Song of Summer for “Suge”, “Rockstar” (2021), and Best Rap Performance for “BOP” (2021). Artist of the year (2020) has also been given to him. DaBaby was nominated for three ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards for 2020. He also won Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song and Winning R&B/Hip-Hop songs for “Suge”. He was nominated for 11 BET Awards, including Best Male Hip Hop Artist in 2020 and Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for “Baby Sitter” and “Cash Shit.” In 2019, he also won the BET Hip Hop Award as Best New Hip Hop artist. In 2021, he received eight nominations for the “Billboard” Music Award. “Rockstar” won the award for Top Rap Song or Top Streaming Song.


DaBaby Net Worth In 2023

DaBaby is an American rapper and songwriter who has a net worth of $6 million. His debut studio album, 2019’s “Baby on Baby,” was certified Platinum and reached #7 on the “Billboard” 200 charts, #2 on the Top Rap Albums chart, and #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.


Real Estate

DaBaby purchased an 11,300-square-foot home in Troutman, North Carolina for $2.3 million (population: around 2,800). The nine-acre property includes concrete walls, guard towers, and stadium lighting.


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