Moving quickly from collaborative tracks to mixtapes of his own, the young rapper gained attention for his ruthless lyrical style and naturally casual flows on tracks like "30k Bars" or appearances on mixtapes such as 2017's Baggage Claim. Every “Oh Boy” would be countered with an “I’m Ready,” every “U Don’t Know” with a “Dipset Anthem.” The streets would never be the same. The landscape changes daily, but as of now, in this outrageous hypothetical no one asked for, Sada Baby is rap’s best baby. And he’s still going to this day, working with the A-list of the A-list (Beyoncé, Eminem).
At seven is the Dale Earnhardt of rap, Big Baby Scumbag, and rounding out the bracket is Bhad Bhabie, who doesn’t really stand a chance, but we needed eight artists so why the hell not? Who knows, we could even catch some wild previews of unreleased music.
We wish both of these guys the best, and want them to work out their issues in a healthy way—in front of the whole world, on Instagram. And if he were to add in records he produced as part of the Neptunes, he would take things to another level. Of course, fans would have to endure Diddy stopping every track to throw in an ad-lib or bust a quick dance move, but it would be worth it to hear him run through tracks like “Juicy” and “Hypnotize.” Big isn’t the only artist on Bad Boy’s roster to get some airtime. —Will Schube, battle addiction and mental health issues. There’s something about these two that instantly increases a track’s popularity whenever they’re involved. With recent remixes from Danny Brown and Earl Sweatshirt, Drakeo and his squad have the clout to go head-to-head with Griselda, but the sheer depth of the Buffalo crew might be too much for Stinc Team’s role players to handle.
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The partnership only expanded from there, culminating in the iconic “What U Know.” Plus, there are classics with Jeezy, Ludacris, and other ATL-iens. Southside teamed up with Future for songs on the classic projects Monster and DS2. Unfortunately, Baby’s catalog is just too deep, especially after the release of “Find My Way.” Sada Baby records six new songs while battling SahBabii, and while the latter puts up an admirable fight, Sada is just too hot right now to lose.
His production discography dates back to the mid-90s with credits on Prodigy’s “Keep It Thoro” and Jadakiss’ “We Gonna Make It.” More important to reliving their greatest hits though, this battle would be an opportunity to see legendary artists at work. The thought and precision that goes into each record is something worth marveling at.
Prior to producing his own solo records like “Jesus Walks” or “Father Strecth My Hands,” he also lent a hand to JAY-Z on “Izzo (H.O.V.A), Beyoncé on “Party,” to Alicia Keys’ “You Don’t Know My Name,” and many more. And when those run out, he can pull out the big guns: a good chunk of Kanye’s Graduation album, including “Big Brother”; and a song by said big brother himself, JAY-Z’s “Say Hello.” If Toomp is the prince (if not the originator) of trap, Michael “Mr. Follow Babyface Gunna on IG: @BabyfacegunnatwinnzFollow Pt Mulah on IG: @PtMulah. To keep things interesting, we’ve separated them into three categories: producer battles, crew battles, and hook battles.
Stinc Team relies heavily on Drakeo’s fantastic albums, including the just released compilation, Free Drakeo.
—Shawn Setaro, Tay Keith was our producer of the year pick for 2018—which was shocking, considering that he effectively came out of nowhere, having only a handful of credits to his name and he was still in college at the time. They’ve both worked with major artists like Drake and 21 Savage, but no collaboration sounds alike. Top Dawg is more established, though reliant on more hype than Dreamville. During a recent concert, Lil Uzi Vert was almost about to get the “Da Baby” treatment, when his friend Gunna’s security bum-rushed him on stage during a recent performance in Finland. CB’s catalog as a featured guest might be a little more versatile.
Bay area rapper BabyFace Gunna got his start as a protege of Mozzy's, an icon of Sacramento's vibrant rap scene. Southside and Lex originally co-founded 808 Mafia, but Luger left to strike out on his own. Gunna and his DJ noticed the incident unfolding and would stop the restraint of Uzi allowing him to join the YSL rapper on stage. Both artists spazzed on this track and it sounds like they both came from a personal place on here. Babyface Gunna - Trap Still Boomin (Official Video) - YouTube
—Will Schube, If you want a hit, just call Chris Brown or Justin Bieber to perform the hook. Even with a less consistent discography, 645ar would be able to simply outlast RMR to take the crown.
He also collaborated on singles with other artists like "Movin' Mean," a 2018 collaboration with SOE Sosa, or "I Be on It" with Young Mir. Sada Baby is the darkhorse at number three, with Birdman at number four. Off the heels of My Turn, we have Lil Baby in at number one, with DaBaby a close behind two seed. And both have ties to Drake. Frequently released videos and new songs led to more visibility for BabyFace Gunna, in particularly on single "You Don't Want These Problemz," which was streamed over a million times within months of its release. Pi’erre Bourne and Ronny J are two of the most successful beatmakers to emerge from the ranks of the SoundCloud rap world. DaddieRon Beatz), Ralfy The Plug x Pimp Tobi – Ballers vs. Bums (Prod. Frequently joined by other rappers on the Mozzy label, BabyFace Gunna had multiple tracks featuring ShooterGang JoJo, Bussdown Bandy and Celly Ru. It’s also interesting to see how both artists have transitioned from working R&B and hip-hop tracks to pop songs.
He helped YG gift L.A. with the classic My Krazy Life album, and his collaborations include a dizzying list of greats from Rihanna to Beyoncé to the Migos to Nipsey Hussle. On his own, Pharrell could take up days of time running through his solo hits like the cheery dance anthem “Happy” as well as his collaborations with Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar, Migos, and so many more. And Wheezy is quickly becoming the future of Atlanta. Welcome back to Instagram. Remember that, in their prime, Pharrell and Chad Hugo were responsible for over 40% of the songs on the radio. He’s the go-to guy for Young Thug and his YSL crew like Gunna and Lil Baby, and also finds time to work with Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Rich the Kid, Young Nudy, and more.
At the same time Just was cooking up the Roc, the Heatmakerz were giving Dipset their signature sound.
You can check out Lil Uzi vs. security below. His breakout year was 2009, when he parlayed Drake’s “Best I Ever Had” into work with the likes of Eminem and Birdman.
If you’re not feeling the rap segment of this battle, allow them to transition to another genre. Toomp executive produced and did four bangers on the album that gave trap music its name. It’s also worth noting that Bad Boy’s reign also includes Yung Joc, Dainty Kane, and Day 26. COMPLEX participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means COMPLEX gets paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. Bay area rapper BabyFace Gunna got his start as a protege of Mozzy's, an icon of Sacramento's vibrant rap scene. Dupri’s R&B catalog is exceptional, with hits from Mariah Carey (many of which he also co-wrote), Janet Jackson, Usher, and Ashanti. Griselda is just too tough with the way Benny the Butcher, Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine, and the recently added Boldy James are able to harness a shared aesthetic, but this battle would be an entertaining bout. And Diddy’s footprint in hip-hop culture is just as impressive.
Dupri’s R&B records probably run even deeper, but Diddy can keep up by playing tracks from Mary J. Blige, Jagged Edge, Faith Evans, and more. The battle for hype in 2020 is between 645ar, who has four songs on Spotify (totaling about six minutes), and RMR, who completely dominated Twitter for a day with the release of his gospel-gangsta anthem, “Rascal.” At three minutes long, RMR would play “Rascal” four straight times while 645ar runs through his Spotify three times, before it becomes clear that this battle comes down to whose moment is strongest. Let’s have a little fun with this one and play it out, bracket style. Mike Will also helped shape college and festival experiences with GOOD Music’s “Mercy,” 2 Chainz’s “No Lie,” and Juicy J’s “Bandz A Make Her Dance.” His musical output slowed down after producing Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA” and “Humble” in 2017, but he has enough music from the past decade to make up for that. Lil Baby obliterates Bhad Bhabie, able to dive deep into a discography that grows more impressive by the day. March Madness came and went without a whisper but April brings the Battle of the Babies, rap’s most talked about competition finally coming to life.