Sada Keep Dropping Fire

Written by on September 29, 2021

Sada putting on for Detroit. The detroit rapper busy at work serving the streets with new singles.

There is rarely a week that passes where Sada Baby doesn’t drop off some new music. While his biggest look thus far occurred at the top of the year when Nicki Minaj hopped on the “Whole Lotta Choppas” remix, the rapper has kept the underground hot with loose singles. Many of them don’t end up on streaming services but hopefully, all of the music he’s dropped is a sign that he has a new project on the way.

Regardless of what the media or blogs are reporting, Sada Baby stays 100% true to himself… and also keeps to himself. Coming from where he comes from and the type of lifestyle he was living prior to music, Sada’s whole perspective on music is to simply take care of himself and his people, unbothered by any outside noise that may hinder or deter him from that path along the way.

Most recently, Sada released his highly-anticipated single with Detroit native Big Sean called “Little While,” produced by Hit-Boy. On the 14th episode of Shirley’s Temple, I sat with Detroit’s own Sada Baby at Matrix Studios in Los Angeles to discuss scrapping his album after hearing Big Sean’s, the producers he’s working with, recording 10-20 songs a day, discovering he could rap at age 23, basing all his records off his friends’ reactions, having 30 something artists on his label Big Squad, being a fan of The Internet & Brent Faiyaz, collaborating with Hoodrich Pablo Juan, forthcoming album ‘Him Not Them’, his close relationship with King Von, and more!


A., Aron. “Sada Baby Drops off ‘Perk Franklin.’” HotNewHipHop, HotNewHipHop, 7 Sept. 2021,

Ju, Shirley. “Detroit’s Own Sada BABY: ‘i Am Not the Norm.’” Flaunt Magazine, Flaunt Magazine, 6 July 2021,


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