The debut album from Hampton, Va.’s D.R.A.M. is arriving right as his contagiously joyful “Broccoli” is one of the biggest songs in the country. But while that Lil Yachty collab and D.R.A.M.’s similarly goofy viral smash “Cha Cha” (which heavily influenced Drake’s “Hotline Bling”) can serve as introductions to his optimism and fun-loving style, both have led plenty of listeners to question whether D.R.A.M. has what it takes to last in the music world. Now, following his projects #1Epic and Gahdamn!, debut album Big Baby D.R.A.M. is his biggest opportunity to get more songs on the charts while simultaneously proving his originality and craftsmanship. “Does an album matter?” Sway Calloway asked D.R.A.M. earlier this month on Sway in the Morning, considering the success he’s already had with the album’s singles. D.R.A.M.’s answer was an immediate yes.