The Charlotte rapper kicked the evening off with the infectious “Bop,” a standout from his latest album Kirk. Joined by a crew of dancers, DaBaby and gang recreated the flash mob scene from the song’s music video. Towards the end, the rapper invited the popular dance crew the Jabbawockeez on stage—in their signature masks and jumpsuits, no less—to show off their moves.
DaBaby later returned to perform his breakout hit “Suge (Yea Yea)” from his debut LP, Baby on Baby. The song, which was recently nominated for Best Rap Song at the 2020 Grammys, was brought to life with yet another chaotic, dance-heavy performance. The rapper was reunited with the Jabbawockeez once again as they wreaked havoc on stage.
Watch his SNL performances below: