Along with the debut of the official music video for his latest solo single “Lame,” Sada Baby is reconnecting with close collaborator and fellow Detroit hometown-hero FMB DZ for another joint release. Known as “305,” the aforementioned pairing’s newly-released cut is being premiered via its visual component, which put together by CT Films — the same directorial powerhouse responsible for Sada Baby and FMB DZ’s 2018 vignette for “Rock With Us” and many of the contemporary Detroit rap scene’s instant-classic music videos.
“Watching the dope boys live their life all through the city … They was rapping about Detroit shit when they first started,” Sada Baby previously told us, breaking down his influences. “All Blade Icewood’s early shit, he rap about Detroit shit; Streetlordz, [Streetlord] Juan and them, they was rapping about all Detroit shit. I think a lot of other motherf*ckers, they base or patent their style off somebody else’s pattern; Detroit people, we just go for what we know, and if it don’t work, it don’t work — motherf*ckers just keep doing it.”
“It’s different styles, different approaches, it’s like life. Everybody got a different motive,” FMB DZ shared with Passion of the Weiss during a 2018 interview, sharing his thoughts on hip-hop’s wide range of styles. “With rap, you can be a hustling motherf*cker, a violent motherf*cker, or you can be a crybaby ass motherf*cker. You can go different ways with the music. You see me and 80s, where we separate at, my brother 80s is a hustler. That boy all he talk about is getting that money for real. We both got some hustle bones in us, but if we were twins, I’d be the evil twin, you know what I’m saying? That’s how it go.”
You can take a look at the new music video for Sada Baby and FMB DZ’s latest collaborative record “305” above.
For more, revisit FMB DZ’s “Whou” visual.