Excerpts of "Intro," "Really," and "Bop" were included in the performance. DaBaby also brought out Stunna 4 Vegas. Disappointingly, NBC did not give DaBaby the full hour of The Tonight Show to run through additional catalog hits, which marks a palpable failure by the network to accurately read the desires of its viewers.
With Kirk, DaBaby has continued to garner high critical praise and enviably strong Billboard numbers. The most recent projections have his Baby on Baby follow-up on pace for a No. 1 debut at 130,000-150,000 equivalent album units, possibly marking a dethroning of Post Malone's Hollywood's Bleeding. That album, of course, has been holding onto the top spot for three weeks now.
"I ain't even nowhere near my prime right now," DaBaby vowed during a recent Beats 1 interview. "I had to scale back a little bit, I felt like, in order for everyone to catch on. Like the type of music [I made before] was better than [music] I put out today. I really mean that. If you know me, you know."
Previously, DaBaby hit the Tonight Show stage with Megan Thee Stallion: