/  02.03.2021


It’s really been way too long since we’ve received a full-length effort from O.T. Genasis. Despite that, the Long Beach rapper has been staying on the radar with a slew of dope singles over the past few years, including “Everybody Mad,” “Bae,” “I Look Good,” “Look At That,” “When I Get It” with Young Thug, “Big Shot,” and — most recently — “Back To You” with Chris Brown and Charlie Wilson. Back in 2019, he also made waves for his hilarious-yet-very real remix of Keyshia Cole’s “Love,” a release that initially drew the ire of the original artist. Thankfully, they were spotted on the latest “Verzuz” performing the hit single together, confirming their subsequent reconciliation.

This past weekend, O.T. Genasis dropped off a new cut titled “Big League,” which sees him flexing his wealth to near-comical effect over the catchy production:

“My bills cost 39k a month, so don’t play with me, I can buy what I want, can’t lie to you, I’m my momma rich son, born in ’87, tank, 91, I don’t care what a lotta people gotta say, ‘cause I still drivе a Rolls Royce every day/”

Matching the energy of the track, O.T. Genasis is seen somewhere near a private airport hangar, dancing around and inside private jets and chilling on top of a Rolls Royce. As the song’s hook says, the message is crystal clear — he’s not our rich, he’s “really rich.”

In a past interview with REVOLT’s “Drink Champs,” O.T. Genasis revealed how he used to perform for the Mexican mafia:

“I was doing — I’m not gonna say what city ‘cause I’m not supposed to say. But, I was doing private shit for Mexican Mafias on some different shit, different times. Doing shit for them and they people, you get what I’m saying?”

Press play on “Big League” below.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

Trending

Is there only one metaverse? | 'MetaMoney'

On the latest episode of “MetaMoney,” host Stockz talks about the “many different metaverses” that ...
  /  07.22.2022

Meet Alena Analeigh Wicker, the 13-year-old who just got accepted to medical school

Alena Analeigh Wicker is just 13 and she was recently accepted into the University of ...
  /  08.05.2022

How a concerned mom gained inspiration to launch a business after her 6-year-old's football practice

In our latest “Stand-Up For” segment of “REVOLT BLACK NEWS,” we highlight a mom, Chantel ...
  /  08.05.2022

A look at NFTs and the future of business | 'Maconomics'

On an all-new episode of “Maconomics,” host Ross Mac dives into what NFTs are and ...
  /  08.08.2022
View More