Who Is the Best 'Baby' Rapper? Vote for DaBaby, Lil Baby, Bhad Bhabie & More

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DaBaby performs onstage during 2019 Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash at State Farm Arena on June 15, 2019 in Atlanta. 

The 2019 rap game thus far has been dominated by babies -- DaBaby, Lil Baby, Bhad Bhabie, SahBabii, Baby Keem, Bali Baby and Sada Baby, to be specific.

But who is the Best Baby? Read up on each rapper, listen to their hit songs and vote in our poll below. 

DaBaby

Perhaps the most hyped of the baby rappers right now due to his XXL Freshman status, DaBaby has had immense success with his hit "Suge," which has been on the Billboard Hot 100 since April.

Lil Baby

Having collaborated with Drake, Young Thug and Offset (just to name a few), Lil Baby has quickly risen up the rap ranks. Best known for 2018's "Drip Too Hard" with Gunna, Lil Baby remains one to watch.

Bhad Bhabie 

Bhad Bhabie has made a surprising name for herself in the scene, having transformed from the "Cash me ousside" girl to a rapper taken seriously by her peers. Hits like "Gucci Flip Flops" with Lil Yachty and "Bestie" featuring Kodak Black have made her a force to be reckoned with.

SahBabii

Atlanta-based SahBabii's "Pull Up Wit Ah Stick" with Loso Loaded has been remixed by T-Pain, Fetty Wap and Wiz Khalifa, and both Drake and Young Thug are known supporters.

Baby Keem

Baby Keem's latest project, DIE FOR MY BITCH, dropped on July 19 and is already making waves. Though Keem tends to stay out of the spotlight, he has an impressive resume including a production credit on the Black Panther soundtrack.

Bali Baby

Breaking through with an infectious feature on Trippie Redd's "Woah Woah Woah," Bali Baby's sassy, punk-infused sound and signature "Muah!" have made her a must-listen.

Sada Baby

Lastly, Detroit native Sada Baby's latest mixtape Bartier Bounty has sent him into the mainstream with popular songs "Bloxk Party," "Dumbass" and "Pimp Named Drip Dat."

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