Prior to setting out on tour this weekend, DaBaby revisits his most recent album, Kirk, by releasing the music video for "BOP." Officially titled "BOP on Broadway," DaBaby refers to the visual as a hip-hop musical, as the clip was shot on Paramount's studio lot.

The "BOP" video opens up as DaBaby is running from the cops. He is quickly joined by a mob in the streets, where things turn into an all-out dance party. Famed hip-hop dance crew the Jabbawockeez even make an appearance towards the end of the clip. It's also worth noting that there will seemingly be a second part to the "musical," as the video ends with a "to be continued."

Again, "BOP" is taken from DaBaby's September 2019 album, Kirk, which boasts guest features by Chance the Rapper, Nicki Minaj, Migos, Gucci Mane, and more. You can revisit the album underneath, and catch the buzzing Charlotte rapper on tour beginning this weekend.

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