Just before 2020 came to a close, Sada Baby made sure to slip in “Black Harlow” right before 2021 arrived. He wasted no time getting back to it, as he now drops off his new track “Foe Minutes Of Hell.” For his opening bars, he goes in about knowing whether or not someone’s really about what they claim they’re about:
“If he really got that shit, then he keep it with him. He ain’t never hit you with that “It’s gon’ be a minute.”/ If he really cut from that cloth, you gon’ see it in him. He’ll do it by himself, he don’t need a n***a./ If I really like the bitch, she’ll know huh. I’ll hit your line, you’ll never get ignored./”
When dropping off the new track, Sada signaled we may be getting plenty of music from him in the upcoming days, captioning his announcement post with “#FoeMins out na. I might drop all week…” Most recently, he dropped a slew of loose tracks, including “Pressikan,” the aforementioned “Black Harlow,” and he also assisted Fredo Bang on “Big Steppa.” Earlier this year, he teamed up with Lil Yachty for “Not Regular” and with Big Sean on the all-Detroit posse cut “Friday Night Cypher.”
Sada Baby scored his major win last year when he landed himself his biggest hit to date with the his infectious cut and “Whoomp! (There It Is)”-sampling “Whole Lotta Choppas.” The song was gaining lots of traction 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.
Be sure to tune into the new Sada Baby music video for “Foe Minutes of Hell” down below.