Jonathan Lyndale Kirk (born December 22, 1991), better known by his stage name DaBaby (previously known as Baby Jesus), is an American rapper.
DaBaby’s debut studio album, Baby on Baby (2019), debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200, while his second studio album, Kirk (2019), debuted at number one.
The former featured the Billboard Hot 100 top-ten single “Suge” while the latter featured the multi-platinum records “Intro” and “Bop.”
The album featured his most popular song, “Rockstar” (with Roddy Ricch), which lasted seven weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in a row.
What Is DaBaby’s Net Worth?
DaBaby is expected to be worth $6 million by 2022. In the coming years, the number of self-employed workers is likely to rise. Kirk will embark on a promotional tour in support of his most recent album, ‘Kirk.’
Aside from that, DaBaby has around 11 million Instagram followers and over 3 million YouTube subscribers.
DaBaby’s live performances cost a lot of money. He charged $30,000 for each live performance in 2020. DaBaby’s current appearance fee is $3 lakh for each show.
In 2015, DaBaby released his debut album, ‘Nonfiction.’ He moved to Austin, Texas the same year to participate in the ‘South by Southwest Music Festival.’ When he played live at the festival, he began to gain attention.
When he released his latest mixtape, ‘God’s Work: Resurrected,’ in 2016, he received a positive response. He began utilising the name ‘DaBaby’ at the start of his next mixtape.
‘God’s Work: Resurrected,’ his second mixtape, performed better than his debut and garnered a lot of attention. DaBaby began releasing his songs and albums on online venues such as SoundCloud, where he amassed a large following over time.
In 2018, he published ‘Baby Talk 5.’ In the same year, he released another popular mixtape, ‘Blank Blank.’
Da Baby’s Personal Life
Kirk is the father of three children, the first of whom was born in 2017. Kirk’s father passed away in 2019, just a few months after his debut studio album was released.
His second album is a tribute to his surname, and the cover features a photograph of his father.
Glen Johnson, Kirk’s brother, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in November 2020, at the age of 34.
Kirk publicly endorsed independent candidate and fellow rapper Kanye West‘s presidential campaign in August 2020.
In 2019, he revealed that his religious beliefs are as follows: “I’m fortunate. Christ’s blood has covered me.”
In 2020, he dated DaniLeigh, an American singer. They broke up in February 2021 when her song lyrics “yellow bone, that’s what he desires” sparked debate.
After an encounter between the two was recorded and shared on Instagram months after the divorce, it was apparently verified that Kirk had fathered a kid with the singer.
DaBaby’s Car Collection
Dababy has a large car collection, including some high-end sports cars. DaBaby’s cars collection is valued at $21,90,000 dollars.
His Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, which costs $460,000, is one of the most costly cars in his collection.
DaBaby’s Real Estate
DaBaby paid $2.3 million for an 11,300-square-foot mansion in the rural North Carolina town of Troutman in 2019.
The mansion has five bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, a home cinema, and a wine cellar, as well as concrete walls, guard towers, and stadium lights on the nine-acre site.