DaBaby Says He Is Retiring From Music In 5 Years + Wants To Play Himself In A Biopic Of His Life
Rapper DaBaby is having a good year despite the pandemic. In a recent interview, he says that although the world was shut down he still churned out an album that sat at the No. 1 spot for 7 weeks.
“When the pandemic first hit, you know, I got an album together and put an album out and it went No. 1 at the height of the pandemic with “ROCKSTAR,” for seven weeks. During the pandemic, I’ve been the longest-lasting artist on Billboard fo’sho, so I feel like I definitely adapted to it and made it happen. I like the results of the work I put [in] during the pandemic, fo’sho.”
Although life is good for the 28-year-old rapper, he says that he plans on retiring from music in 5 years, as he creates the next generation of superstars.
“Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment [in] five years [is] definitely gonna be one of the hottest labels in the game. I’ma be retired in five years. I won’t be rapping. I’ll be creating other superstars.”
DaBaby also has plans to take his talents to the big screen and says that a biopic of his life even be something he wants to happen.
“A biopic. That’s what I gotta do first. I’ll do a biopic first then I’ll do other movies.”
When asked if he would play himself he said:
“I’ve already been sent scripts. Yeah, I would fo’sho. From a younger age, then all the way up until the present time.
I’ll take it there. I gotta crazy story. My story’s crazy and it keeps getting crazier. I seen it all. That’s gonna be a good one.”
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