DaBaby’s Kirk arrived few days ago, the North Carolina rapper has been steadily hitting the press circuit with a vengeance. Although, in the past his name has been associated with the occasional antics, we mustn’t forget that he’s a lyricist first and foremost. He has the ability of delivering bars when called upon. Just like the recent case of stop on Sway In The Morning, which found DaBaby absolutely bodying a pair of hip-hop classics. The first, Eminem and Dr. Dre’s “Guilty Conscience,” and the second being Juvenile’s “Set It Off.”
Starting off in a dexterous style, DaBaby rides the Dre classic with ease. “See that look on my face I’m for real, I like when my bitch tell me I’m pretty,” he raps. “That lil n***a that stay in the mirror.” Eventually, the beat switches to Juvie’s “Set It Off,” and Stunna 4 Vegas is encouraged to step up; he doesn’t. Luckily, DaBaby still has bars tucked in the stash, and he bodies the instrumental like a true scholar of the nineties. Check it out for yourself – how do you rate DaBaby as a lyricist?
Guilty Conscience Few Lyrics
See that look on my face I’m for real,
I like when my bitch tell me I’m pretty
That lil n***a that stay in the mirror