Child on Child 2 by DaBaby didn’t obtain the extent of business success because the rapper’s earlier tasks. Outspoken blogger DJ Akademiks basically blamed Sizzling 97/Apple Music character Ebro Darden for DaBaby’s low album gross sales.
“DaBaby’s final venture in 2020, Blame it on Child, offered 124K first week. His new venture after being blackballed by Ebro, Apple Music is scheduled to do lower than 20K,” tweeted DJ Akademiks.
Ebro repeatedly denied being concerned in a conspiracy to convey down DaBaby. The 47-year-old host of the Ebro within the Morning radio present additionally offered his personal conspiratorial accusations about Akademiks.
Throughout a Baller Alert interview, Ebro requested, “Why is [Akademiks] so involved about NBA YoungBoy, DaBaby, Tory Lanez, and Tekashi 6ix9ine? Why these 4? Why? Out of all of the artists. So he’s bought an agenda. Or he’s on someone’s payroll. Or each.”
Sizzling 97 Hosts Discuss To DaBaby About Blackballing Allegations
DaBaby stopped by the Sizzling 97 radio station in New York Metropolis this week. Ebro Darden and co-host Peter Rosenberg introduced up DJ Akademiks’s blackballing allegations. DaBaby then shared his ideas on the previously trending matter.
“Once I noticed all that s### happening, I’m like, ‘Man, have a look at this s###,’” stated DaBaby. The “Rockstar” performer added, “Ebro responded to [DJ Akademiks] like he looks like I’m over there sitting within the room with him having a dialog with him.”
DaBaby additionally acknowledged, “That’s how [Ebro] responded to the s### like he thinks I’m in cahoots with the s###. I’m sitting again, I’m coolin’. I’m embracing the journey… Even after I noticed it and see names included, I’m like, ‘Oh yeah, he’s undoubtedly gonna say one thing again.’ However I’m identical to, ‘I’m gonna keep out the way in which.’”
Child On Child 2 peaked at #34 on the Billboard 200. DaBaby’s fourth studio LP solely spent one week on the chart. His newest full-length physique of labor arrived after the North Carolinian misplaced a number of competition gigs over his extensively perceived homophobic feedback at Rolling Loud Miami in July 2021.