DaBaby has been on a solid run of freestyles as of late, and his latest sees him take on a classic Lauryn Hill instrumental.

Spitting over Hill’s Grammy-winning “Doo-Wop (That Thing),” the Charlotte native reflected on his turbulent journey as he persevered through controversy before referring to himself as the “best muthafuckin’ rapper” in the business in the midst of the two-minute lyrical sprint.

I already did it before, but I’m back more wise and a lil’ more patient/ I’ma pop my shit regardless if they play my song,” he raps prior to hinting at his next project. “I’ma drop a mixtape and make the world stop like Kobe did.

This beat remind me of the ’90s/ Back when we ain’t have shit but the family and now I see what the biggest blessing is/Ya people, n-gga!

DaBaby’s freestyle craze was seemingly kicked off during a visit to Funk Flex’s Hot 97 studio and in the weeks since he’s hopped on Latto’s “Big Energy” and Kodak Black’s “Spin.”

While his Billboard Hot 100 charting power isn’t what it was in 2019, DaBaby is still highly confident in his ability to rap with the best the genre has to offer.

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“Ok you can put this beat on and I’ll go Eminem level on that bitch, you gotta get one of them to come fuck with me. You gotta go get Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, I don’t wanna disrespect nobody but boy, raise your hand,” Baby told Math Hoffa’s My Expert Opinion.

“N-ggas know too and I’m like that for real I don’t gotta talk about nobody else story,” he added. “I’ll talk about me.”