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Not Regular – [Lil Yachty] ft. [Sada Baby]

Over the past year or so, Lil Yachty has seemingly found a second him in the Detroit music scene. Collaborating with a number of rising talents from the area, he has strangely yet thankfully fit in with some of the wildest and most unique personas that hail from the Motor City, and although I for one didn’t see this coming, I’m not complaining about it in the slightest, either. Lil Boat and Sada Baby are definitely no strangers to each other, at this point, and I’m so excited that the dup decided to team up yet again and deliver a brand-new single and music video for their joint effort “Not Regular”. The title of the song makes total sense because neither artist can be considered normal or methodical, and when they get together, the results make this one hundred and ten percent clear. A quick, chaotic instrumental is built through alarming, high-pitched synths, a deep baseline, and crispy percussion that allows both artists to speed up their deliveries and bring out some of their most energetic and charismatic bars to date. As Yachty begins to spit, his lines are beyond quick, and although it might be hard to decipher exactly …

Whole Lotta Choppas (Remix) – [Sada Baby] ft. [Nicki Minaj]

Ever since I heard Sada Baby’s music so long ago, I knew he was going to be a star. His enthusiasm, charisma, and talent are simply infectious, and after listening since probably last year, I have yet to be disappointed by either a song or a project in its entirety. Bartier Bounty 2 gave us a mixture of old, well-known talents that are captivating as well as some new sounds from the Detroit artist like a bit of singing and more melodic deliveries, so his arsenal of talents was simply expanded unbelievably. I was lucky enough to get an early listen to “Whole Lotta Choppas” about a month before it released, and as soon as I pressed play on the unreleased track, I was sold one hundred percent. The beat, produced by CoalCashBlac, was as energetic as it was addictive, and Sada took some time to boast some lively bars that were bound to get stuck in your head even though he never really heightened his enthusiasm as he has done in the past. His straightforward delivery and insistent flows were flawless, and I just enjoyed the song itself overall. Somehow, it didn’t even cross my mind that the song …

Heaven – [Az Chike] x [Sada Baby]

A couple of days ago I was asked to premiere a new music video for Az Chike + Sada Baby for “Heaven”, and since that point, I have not been able to turn this song off. As soon as you press play you are greeted with a hard-knocking instrumental that will leave you on the edge of your seat before the ear-grabbing + addicting hook comes to the forefront right afterward. This is one of those songs that you simply can’t listen to one time, the chemistry that Az Chike and Sada Baby is something that can’t be ignored, they bounced off of each other multiple times in order to create one of the best songs that you will hear all day. Take a few minutes out of your Friday to watch this brand new music video below! Produced by @ldthamonsta • Directed by REALMOVIE

Fun Time – [Bfb Da PackMan] ft. [Wiz Khalifa]

Out of anyone you could possibly think of in the entire music industry, I have to say that my respect for Bfb Da PackMan is at an all-time high. I was first put onto him through his collaboration with Sada Baby on “Free Joe Exotic”, as most people were, but after digging deeper into his multitude of other offerings, I could tell he was a special talent. Then, I found out that even with all of the success he has had seemingly overnight in the Rap world, he continues to work his day job as a mailman in the Houston area and plans to do so until he has at least Fifty million dollars in his bank account, at least that’s according to a comment he made on Instagram. It’s this hustle and determination that’s going to take him to the next level, but his enthralling personality and obvious talent can’t hurt either, of course. As he continues catching W’s in his blossoming career, he is back and better than ever with none other than Wiz Khalifa on his brand-new track entitled “Fun Time”. As the beat begins to play, high-pitched, momentous synths capture your attention before thunderous drums and …

Mudd Classics, Vol. I – [SlitwristShawty]

I’ve talked copiously before about the booming rap scene in Detroit, and things don’t seem to be slowing down whatsoever at this point. The amount of under the radar talent coming out of the motor city is immense, and I’m just glad I can be here to witness the scene blossom in real-time. Although I’ve paid more attention to some more notable names like Sada Baby, Baby Smoove, and Teejayx6, I’m always looking for the next up and coming talents, so when I saw SlitwristShawty, an A&R discovering some of these rising stars, put together a mixtape featuring some of the most promising young artists, I had to listen up. The name of the tape is Mudd Classics, Vol. I, and although I had never heard of any of the featured rappers on this project prior to giving it a listen, I now know I have to get in tune more than ever before. Featuring only four songs that extend just over eight minutes, this concise project shows all seven artists at their best and gives them a platform to truly prove why Detroit is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. Once again, because I’m not …

Law N Order – [Veeze]

The more I keep my eyes on the blossoming Rap scene in Detroit, the more I find myself discovering additional incredible artists taking the city by storm. Usually, I’m put on to artists through features on songs with rappers like Sada Baby, Baby Smoove, Teejayx6, and more, but I’ve been trying my best to pay attention to other artists using other platforms. Recently, I saw a clip from a rapper who goes by the name of Veeze, and he’s definitely not a newcomer if you’ve paid attention to the booming music city, but he’s a new name to me, and going through his abundant archives of music over the long weekend gave me no choice but to talk about his most recent release. This song, called “Law N Order’, is a banger in every sense of the word, although it’s uncharacteristic and out of the box nature might confuse listeners as to why after just one listen. Somehow, it lingers in the back of your mind for hours and hours, basically forcing you to revisit it and dissect through all of the incredible wordplays and lyricism. The beat quite literally samples the theme song from the popular series Law and …

Big Hot Cheeto – [Sada Baby]

A lot of times as artists begin to gain larger and larger fan bases, their music output tends to slow down because they’ve got a bigger sample of people they simply want to please. As far as Sada Baby is concerned, this doesn’t even cross his mind because he knows the fact that no matter how much music he puts out, he knows he’s going to make some fire. Even though he has put out a couple of full projects already this year as well as a slew of singles and music videos, he just never seems to slow down which is even more impressive because of the unbelievable amount of energy he brings to each track. Just as the weekend was about to hit, Sada decided to bless fans once again with another random loosie entitled “Big Hot Cheeto”. When I first came across this song on his Instagram page, obviously the name caught my attention and made me chuckle a bit, but then I listened to the song and realized this was absolutely no laughing matter. There are momentous, critical synths combined with deep bass chords in the beat that add some hostility to the base of this …

Bartier Bounty 2 – [Sada Baby]

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, people need to wake up and realize what they’re missing out on when they don’t listen to Sada Baby. The Detroit rapper is one of the most, if not the most, entertaining artists in the entire industry for more reasons than one. His energetic disposition is what drew me in on Skuba Sada 2 hits like “Activated” and “Slide”, but what kept me intrigued was his viciously menacing lines that were spoken in the most intricate ways, truly showing off how talented he was. His cadences are out of the box and inventive, his enthusiasm is off the charts, and his personality is just unlike anyone else in the Rap world, so it’s just unbelievable that I haven’t seen his latest project, Bartier Bounty 2, being covered by every single media outlet there is. While they’re sleeping, I’m wide awake and I couldn’t be more excited about the follow-up to last year’s Bartier Bounty album. This project features some of my favorite artists including G Herbo, Lil Yachty, Skilla Baby (who’s also an underappreciated Detroit phenom), and DeJ Loaf, although Sada carrier the brunt of the workload throughout this hour-long effort. …

World Got Me Fucked Up, Vol. 1 – [Slayter]

Slayter is an artist that I first got put onto from my good friend Jake Wilson when he suggested that I checked out his album, and now, Slayter is finding himself on our platform with the said album, titled “World Got Me Fucked Up, Vol. 1”. This project is just over thirty minutes in length and it offers some bass knocking bangers that are sure to impress you if that’s what you are into. There was a ton of amazing features on this tape, from the likes of Sada Baby, Yungeen Ace, Luh Kel, Benny The Butcher, Retch, Smoke DZA, 22Gz, Maxo Kream, and Jay Critch. Even with his star-studded lineup though, Slayter was clearly the focal point on this one, he stepped up to the plate + knocked this one out of the park. Stream this brand new album on Spotify below!

Kourtside- [Sada Baby] ft. [Lil Yachty]

Considering how straight-up insane Sada Baby is on any track he hops on, it almost makes me mad that he doesn’t get nearly as much attention as he deserves. He’s more lively, animated, and expressive than legitimately any other artist you could name, but his skills don’t just stop there. His use of a myriad of different deliveries coupled with his descriptive lyricism that often uses double or even triple entendres adds to his incredibility, and it’s part of the reason I have no choice but to tune into every single new release of his. With Bartier Bounty 2 just a week away, I couldn’t be more excited to see Sada get propelled into the spotlight, and he surprised fans with a brand-new visual to get us even more eager about this highly anticipated release. “Kourtside” is the name of this single that actually features the iconic Atlanta star Lil Yachty, and the chemistry that these two have is definitely something to marvel at. As epic, momentous synths play in the distance, there’s also a slew of deep piano keys being played that add a bit of hastiness before the percussion and drums enter into the picture and bring the …