Singer-songwriter Barachi began his journey with music at a very young age. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Michael Jackson and even Biggie, the crooner offers up a unique first impression. Back in 2018, Barachi captured the masses with his “Wifey” cut featuring Tory Lanez. This past month, the Miami-native shared his much-anticipated music video for “On Me” with O.T. Genasis.
“On Me” is directed by Des Gray and opens up to a woman playing the flute, which drives the beat of this single. “Turn an eight ball to a zone / Nigga don’t on the phone,” Genasis raps not he opening verse. Throughout the visuals, there are women dancing and a large snake as they trade bars in a mansion. “On Me” runs just under three minutes and the artists make every second worth it.
“If you worried about your girl, don’t bring the b*tch around me / Cause I drip VVS and I keep a couple racks on me,” Barachi sings. Check out the music video for “On Me” below.