Published on March 11th, 2020 | by Rive0
Sada Baby Joins Forces With King Von in “Pressin” Arriving With the Jerry PHD-Directed Visual Treatment
It’s tough to keep up with Sada Baby’s music releases, but no one is complaining. The man dropped two projects in 2019, Bartier Bounty and Whoop Tape, as well as a bunch of loosies. He started off 2020 by dropping yet another tape, Brolik, and now he has put out another track with accompanying visuals. No doubt, Sada Baby is a machine.
Of course, quantity doesn’t equate to equality, but with Sada Baby, every song remains sharp. He spits with fervor, never wasting a bar to say something that isn’t bold, hilarious or witty. His new track, “Pressin”, is no exception to this pattern. Sada Baby hoots and hollers across the booming beat and King Von matches his collaborator’s momentum.
King Von hails from Chicago and is signed to Lil Durk’s record label, Only The Family Entertainment. He dropped his debut, Grandson Vol. 1, in September.
Notably hailed by Stereogum – if you spend enough time with Sada Baby, the thing you walk away with isn’t individual lines or even individual songs. It’s the totality of it, the overwhelming erratic energy. Sada Baby is rapping like he needs to scream every idea he has out into the world while he’s still got time. This could just be because he’s got music saved up. Sada Baby has said that he’s recently gotten out of a bad label situation. These days, he’s no longer signed with fellow Detroit native Tee Grizzley’s Grizzley Gang label. Maybe that’s why he’s dropping so many videos right now. But the effect is one of total urgency – an all-time run taking shape before our eyes.”
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