Sada Baby has been on a tear from the jump in 2020. The Detroit rapper let his fans know that he got out of some label purgatory after leaving Grizzley Gang, wasting no time at all with the release of his Brolik mixtape. Then came his infectious “Slide” music video full of hard-hitting bars and some serious dance moves for one of the more memorable music videos of the year. After dropping Skuba Sada 2 (Deluxe), Sada returns with a new visual for his Trap Manny collaboration, “Outside.”
The two rappers connect in the Bronx for the shot by Fajardo video, with Sada delivering heartfelt, emphatic verses over the violin samples in the backdrop. “Now I got brothers in the grave, opps want me to sing/ Might be blood all on my chain ‘fore I let you take my name/ You know big brother ‘nem been gone and I need ‘em/ I got this chopper in my soul, I’ma squeeze it,” he raps.
Skuba Sada (Deluxe) saw Sada Baby add two new tracks to the 11-song offering with King Von highlighting “Pressin.” In a recent interview with Pitchfork, he told the publication why he often posts to YouTube first: “If you put sh*t on streaming you gotta wait for it to clear, and the labels want to put it on a playlist. But I’m just happy as long as I can drop. That’s what you rap for.”
Watch Sada Baby’s latest offering above and stream Skuba Sada 2 (Deluxe below. In more music news, Khalid recently delivered a poignant quarantine track “Wildflower.”