DaBaby Shows Family & Neighborhood Love In 'Practice' Music Video
By Regina Star
October 7, 2020
DaBaby made his new music video a family affair.
The North Carolina native returned with a new music video for his song “Practice” on Tuesday (October 6). The visual finds the rapper revisiting his old neighborhood with his whole posse by his side, including the star’s 58-year-old uncle and his son Caleb, who both make cameos in the project.
Several scenes show DaBaby flexing massive wads of cash before hitting the town with his biker crew popping wheelies while several other flashy motorists can be seen whipping donuts.
Boasting big alpha energy, DaBaby spits: "I be feelin' like I don't be poppin' enough, I be humble/ I'ma keep showin' my a– if I wanna/ Hang up the phone on they a—, block the number/ I told you don't play with me, n—a/ And she be actin' funny, probably think a n—a need her/ I thought I was faithful, she say I'm a cheater/ They thought I was taken, I'm ready to mingle/ The fuck is you saying, lil' n—a?”
Making the music video even more meaningful, the clip ends with the spotlight on DaBaby's oldest child, Caleb, who lays down a few cute rap verses of his own before the song ends.
“Practice” is the latest release from the 28-year-old artist's deluxe edition of his album, Blame It On Baby. In recent months, he's put out several other joints including “Peep Hole,” “Blind” and “No Dribble.”