O.T. Genasis brings his platinum hits and dance moves to SXSW

  /  03.19.2017

O.T. Genasis brought his hustle to Austin, Texas last night as part of Atlantic Records’ “Make The Trap Great Again” concert featuring artists on their roster including Gucci Mane, Meek Mill, Lil Uzi Vert and Cardi B. O.T. hit the crowd at Stubbs with a flurry of potent bangers that went platinum-plus or shook up the streets.

Gen commenced with his brand new ode to voluptuous women, “Thick.” The video debuts today and features 2 Chainz, but even without his swagged out ATL accomplice, Gen had no problem enthralling the audience.

O.T. pulled out the big gun next and went to his breakthrough smash “Coco.” His pop culture-immortalized “baking soda” line still gets the audience yelling loudly and excitedly with the call and response.

The making-money motivational monster “Push It” followed with O.T. displaying his hilarious dance skills.

“If that pussy clean and you don’t have a STD, make some f—kin noise,” Gen yelled after the record. The ladies yelled back. “And all my dawgs, if you want some of that clean pussy, make some noise niggas!” The men howled in unison.

Gen went on to say that during a trip to Dubai years ago, he got a phone call from someone close to him saying he was a “one-hit wonder” and that provoked him to make another transcending anthem.

His brother and DJ Choc Nitti cut on “Cut It” and leveled the venue at the opening piano chords. Gen started his dance and the spectators started chanting the chorus: “Cut it! Cut it! Cut it!”

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