Sugarhill Ddot Drops “My Baby”

Sugarhill Ddot Drops “My Baby”

Today, hip-hop teen breakout artist Sugarhill Ddot serves up an engaging and emotional new single titled “My Baby.”

The track balances airy acoustic guitar and sizzling hi-hats as Sugarhill Ddot locks into a captivating flow. Speaking straight from the heart, the lyrics hold nothing back when it comes to love. Car metaphors abound in the chorus, “I’m in the drop top, you Mercedes, revved up by a confident and charismatic delivery.

“My Baby” lands in the wake of the fan favorite “Stressed Out. It earned plugs from LA WeeklyRolling Out, and Global Grind, to name a few. Plus, XXL invited Sugarhill Ddot to sit down for an exclusive interview and went on to dub him “wise beyond his years.

“Stressed Out” followed quickly on the heels of the dance-ready Shake It,” the fiery “Make A Mess,” and the Miami-inspired “3AM In The Yams,” Ddot’s recent collaboration with Luh Tyler. That track quickly made waves, hitting over one million video views in less than a week. Right out of the gate, V Magazine featured it in its New Music Roundup, noting: “The new track has all the necessary ingredients to be your next summer anthem. Go add this celebratory track to your pregame playlist!” “Stressed Out” also follows performances opening for Lil Durk in Chicago and Toosii in New York. On the horizon Sugarhill Ddot has upcoming tour dates with fellow drill teen DD Osama. Aside from his music, Sugarhill Ddot spends today giving back to his hometown Harlem community by hosting a thanksgiving food drive in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem.

Ddot is fast becoming one of the most exciting performers in New York’s burgeoning drill scene. On YouTube, his self-released tracks I Wanna Love You,” Dream” and The Real Purge have racked up over 15 million combined views — and those conventional metrics only capture a small slice of this phenomenon in the making. To date Sugarhill Ddot has amassed over 43 million streams in the U.S. alone in his budding career. On the horizon Sugarhill Ddot gears up to make his 2024 Rolling Loud debut in Los Angeles on March 15th.

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