Alabama's stalwart OMB Peezy is gearing up for national coverage by tapping Detroit's prodigal son Sada Baby on his latest street single "One Me." While the song was pressed more than 5 days ago, it's only begun to attract wider recognition after Sada Baby's unbridled charisma is already salient charisma was put to film. There's a reason Sada Baby's shimmying is often credited as the less pop-friendly version of Chris Brown dance variable. That's where OMB Deezy defers the spotlight to Sada Baby only to re-emerge under his accord, a more defiant character.
The major tenets of OMB Peezy's unglamorous style were best explored in an interview he took part in last year. "I'd rather rap about what everybody goes through rather than what some people get. Only some people can be hopping out of Bentleys but everyone goes through them struggles," he told 106.1 KMEL in San Francisco. The concept of reality rap is made impressionable through the stylistic choices he's made up to this point in his career, video-wise. The "One Me" video directed by Michelle Parker is no different, in its latent "down to earth" approach, lending itself to a creative coalition that merges into non-border states like Michigan and California.
Instruments in the club
Pulling strings for fun
Trapping off the flip phone out in England ehh.
- Sada Baby