Detroit’s own Sada Baby aka “Skuba Steve” is known for his dance moves and getting any crowd hype. He is back with his new project, Bartier Bounty. The project features his hit songs “Pimp Named Drip Dat” and “Bloxk Party” featuring another Detroit native, Drego.
Sada stopped by The Morning Heat to explain the difference between a mixtape and an album, how he comes up with the names for his songs, and gives Afrika some advice on how to order at the Coney Island. Check out the interview below:
Bartier Bounty is available now on all streaming platforms
More from Sada Baby (content contains adult language):
Stay up-to-date by following us on Facebook, Twitter and on Instagram at @hiphopdetroit.