After grabbing win after win this year, Sada Baby plans to finish off his 2020 strong. The Detroit spitter just handed off a new video for “Pressikan,” which was directed by CT Films and uploaded to the BigSquad’s YouTube channel. On the track, Sada glides with his signature flow:
Hope a n***a don’t think he sweet, huh. Hope a n***a don’t think I’m sleep, huh. Slide on whoever, I ain’t trippin’ on no pressure we press shit, huh. Leave a n***a where I met him, get him left quick, huh. I do worst shit to the best bitch, I get me a heavy check, make a mess with it. Make the big bands, get the big bands, fuck em up. Make the big bands, get the big bands, fuck em up. Fuck a opp, tell his bitch ass I’ll fuck him up. All my n***as top shottas, we ain’t no runner ups.
The video opens up with a scene of Sada Baby backstage, eventually going up and revealing himself to a what looks like a sold out crowd and being met with screams and cheers. The rest of the visual sees scenes of Sada vibing out with his crew in the house, outside in front of cars, and at packed shows alongside fans.
Sada Baby recently also teamed up with Lil Yachty for “Not Regular” and with Big Sean on the all-Detroit posse cut “Friday Night Cypher.” He scored his major win this year when he landed himself his biggest hit to date with the social media-friendly cut and “Whoomp! (There It Is)”-sampling “Whole Lotta Choppas.” The song was doing well on its own but has since seen a big upgrade thanks to Nicki Minaj hopping the infectious remix. In addition, the Detroit rising star delivered the 2020 drops Skuba Sada 2 and Bartier County 2, both of which are official respective follow-ups to their 2017 and 2019 predecessors.
Check out Sada Baby’s brand new music video for “Pressikan” down below.
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