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We must stop DaBaby from making music at all costs.

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DaBaby's music has proved to be an absolute atrocity to our current society. His music has manipulated our youth into thinking his music production is quality and worthwhile. It is sad to see an "artist" who can make a living off developing a single rhythm to his music and then turning it into multiple albums. His music is becoming an epidemic and is infecting innocent people who truly have musical values. In order to restore society back to its wholesome self, we must insure that DaBaby is no longer allowed to produce any form of music.

This issue first dawned on me while I was in line at my local Chipotle Mexican Grill. As I waited next in line to begin my burrito bowl order, I noticed the gentleman working the line had airpods in while working. As I waited to be helped, I couldn't help but notice the young man mumbling what appeared to be rap lyrics. Getting frustrated with wait time, I asked, "Excuse me sir, what are you listening to?". The employee responded with, "Oh you know, DaBaby, it's what everyone been listening to these days". Immediately my fits clenched with rage and my heart was filled with anger. Surely I would have been okay with any other anwer; Drake, the Beatles, or Carrie Underwood all would have been an acceptable answer. It was at this moment that I realized DaBay had the influence to stall productivity in our everyday lives.

Other issues stemming from the existence of DaBay and his music are the radio, bar, and party effect. Whether you are driving in the car after a long day at work, meeting some friends at a bar for a drink, or gathering at a party, it is certain that DaBaby will be played at least once over the duration of your activity. It is scary and worrisome that DaBaby's influence has reached every corner of the social continuum. When I hear a song like, "Suge", all I can think about is how you can claim to be a rapper but refuse to rhyme a single word throughout the entirety of the song. It is a disgrace to the definition of music and needs to be handled by we the people.

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