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Sada Baby Tags Big Sean & Hit-Boy For “Little While”

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Sada Baby pulls off the ultimate flex with his explosive new single “Little While” featuring Big Sean and Hit-Boy. The track made its global debut earlier today on Apple Music 1’s New Music Daily alongside an exclusive interview with Sada Baby and Zane Lowe. “Little While” is the lead single from Sada Baby’s highly-anticipated debut album, Him Not Them, coming soon. The official music video premieres this Friday, May 21st.

On “Little While,” Sada Baby reminiscences on his come up, rapping in his signature snarl about how much has changed over the years. With Hit-Boy blessing the beat and a guest verse from Big Sean, Sada Baby might be on a new level, but he hasn’t lost sight of his Detroit roots.

Fresh off the release of his Gold-certified single “Whole Lotta Choppas,” Sada Baby explains that Hit-Boy reaching out to work together was a career milestone, especially considering how the Grammy-winning producer is notoriously selective about his collaborations. After a studio invites from Big Sean to hear his Detroit 2 album, Sada became inspired to go all-in with his craft, garnering the attention of Hit-Boy, who later asked him to record. 

Sada Baby Is Ready To Elevate

“Hit-Boy gave me my own room in his studio; I brought in my engineer and I knocked out a bunch of songs with his beats. When I did the ‘Little While’ record, I was just having fun, the beat was fun. Sean hears it and is like, ‘I wanna get on it.’ He knew this is gonna be a big record.”

– Sada Baby

Detroit’s Sada Baby emerged with his breakout track “Bloxk Party” in 2018 and its accompanying visual which garnered over 60 million views. Soon thereafter, he became one of the first signees to ink a new deal with the newly restructured Asylum Records. In 2020, the meteoric rise of Sada continued with the unveiling of two projects; Skuba Sada 2 and Bartier Bounty 2. Both mixtapes debuted Top 5 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart, with Skuba Sada 2 claiming the No. 1 spot upon release. His viral sensation “Whole Lotta Choppas” amassed over 40 million streams, boosted by a blockbuster remix featuring Nicki Minaj.

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