First We Feast is back with a special episode of Hot Ones this week, filmed in front of a live audience at ComplexCon. The guest is one of the hottest rappers in the game right now, as DaBaby bellies up to the Hot Ones table to take on the spicy wings challenge.

While munching on ice cream to help alleviate the heat, DaBaby dishes on how his price for a feature verse has increased exponentially, simultaneously discussing his goal of grabbing the listener's attention immediately on a track. From there, the Charlotte emcee delves into the wild things he sees while performing, including two people full-on having sex at one of his concerts.

Elsewhere in the interview, DaBaby speaks on rappers changing their names, marketing techniques, and recording his hit song, "Suge," in less than half an hour. He also touches on being underestimated, as well as his disdain for vegan food.

To see how DaBaby handles the Hot Ones challenge, simply press play above.

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