The following is a summary of the use of capital punishment by country. Globally, of the 195 United Nations states, 55 countries retain capital punishment, 104 countries have completely abolished it de jure for all crimes, eight have abolished it for ordinary crimes (while maintaining it for special circumstances such as war crimes) and 28 are abolitionist in practice.
On the review aggregate website Metacritic, Blame It on Baby received a score of 62, based on four reviews, indicating "generally favourable reviews".In a positive review, Sam Moore of NME wrote that "DaBabys detractors might not be defeated with 'Blame It On Baby', but this latest project succeeds by further propelling the rapper's soaring momentum even while in lockdown. Once this pandemic ends, expect DaBaby to be one of the first out of the blocks." Moore considered Megan Thee Stallion's feature on the album as the best and stated that DaBaby, with the album, is beginning to fight back against the "one-trick-pony accusations" that have been made of him. Yoh Phillips of DJBooth called the album "interesting", and said "instead of introducing a new perspective or revealing anything about himself that we didn't already know, DaBaby repeats familiar tropes alongside famous friends and over contemporary productions". He noted "Nasty", "Pick Up", and "Talk About It" as highlights.Writing for Clash, Shakeena Johnson gave the album a mixed review, stating that while Blame it on Baby is "offering 13 tracks of Hennessy-infused rhyming, drums on drums on drums and a nasty Kidz Bop styled beat to tie it all together, the album is sadly a fresh reminder that DaBaby is hip-hop's biggest one-trick pony." Johnson continued by saying that "While I applaud him for going against the grain of most artists who are holding off of dropping new music during these quarantining times, the album doesn't quite match up to his potential or skillset. It hurts to admit it, but DaBaby has let us down with this one." Charles Holmes of Rolling Stone criticized DaBaby for not successfully delivering "something new" with the album, stating that "For every song that sees him [DaBaby] trying to do something new, there's one that features the same flow, adlibs, and antics that got him here – albeit with a new edge – all to diminishing returns."
Blame It on Baby is the third studio album by American rapper DaBaby. The album was released on April 17, 2020, through Interscope and South Coast Music Group. It follows his second studio album Kirk, which was released almost seven months prior. The album includes features from Future, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, Megan Thee Stallion, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and Ashanti.The album is supported by the single "Find My Way", released on April 1, 2020.