With a fiery freestyle over the track for Burna Boy’s ‘Last Last’ song, American rapper DaBaby is demonstrating why he’s still one of the greatest in the game.
On his tour bus, as it passed through Rochester, New York, DaBaby was questioned about if he still thought he was the best rapper.
After hearing “Last Last,” which samples Toni Braxton’s “He Wasn’t Man Enough For Me,” over the speakers, the Charlotte rapper immediately reacted with a little verse.
“You know it’s Baby n-gga/ Aint the type when n-ggas get to hatin’ to let it faze me n-gga/ They gone have to show me every time and ain’t no playing with me/ When they put the switch e’re now and then you know it’s staying with me,” he raps.
Before ending the verse and requesting the presence of his chapstick, DaBaby unleashes a few more scorching bars where he brags that no other rapper on the scene can match him.