Came Up On A Plug
Sincere Show Feat. O.T. Genasis & Papi Chuloh
Sincere Show has made a name for himself as a party promoter out in Hollywood, so much of a name that he's been deemed the #1 party promoter. After conquering the party industry, he's now taking his talents to a new industry, one which often overlaps with his (and has thus earned him friends): the rap game.
Cut It (Remix)
O.T. Genasis Feat. Young Thug & Kevin Gates
As he did with "CoCo," O.T. Genasis is throwing everything he's got behind "Cut It," and it's definitely working. After 9 weeks on the Hot 100 chart, the single has just reached its highest position at 43, and with plans to push a series of remixes for the record, it has the potential to go even further. Today, we've received the first of said remixes, recruiting Young Thug and Kevin Gates, which, for Southern audiences, you can't really do much better than.
What Would You Do?
DJ Entice Feat. Busta Rhymes, O.T. Genasis, T-Pain & Ace Hood
Miami’s DJ Entice decides to round up the star-studded line up of O.T. Genasis, Busta Rhymes, T-Pain, & Ace Hood for this new posse cut called “What Would You Do?”, and we’re more than happy to premiere it for y’all this evening.
Looking to build off the success generated from his latest hit “Cut It,” OT Genasis decides to return to the scene today and share his latest single ironically called “Push It.”
Busta Rhymes Feat. J-Doe & O.T. Genasis
Busta Rhymes is all set to drop his upcoming mixtape The Return of the Dragon: The Abstract Went on Vacation on Christmas Day. Before he does that, he gives fans a teaser from the mixtape called "God's Plan," an absolute banger produced by Jahlil Beats. "God's Plan" is upbeat and turnt up, right in Busta's wheelhouse. O.T. Genasis and J-Doe bless the track with their presence, but truly Busta and Jahlil own this track.
O.T. Genasis Feat. The Game
It's been almost a year since O.T. Genasis' breakout hit, and though he hasn't yet had a release that matches the hype of "CoCo," he's showing strong signs of developing into his own as an artist. On his latest tape, Rhythm & Bricks, Genasis sought to showcase his L.A. roots as part of his rap persona and favored detailed stories about his dope-dealing past over hook-heavy trap house bangers. One of the highlights off R&B is "Homies," a West Coast set-reppin' anthem that finds O.T.
O.T. Genasis Feat. Young Dolph
After hitting us with the video for his Lil Wayne-featured cut “Do It” a couple weeks ago, O.T. Genesis decides to return to the scene today with a new song called “Cut It,” featuring ATL street provider Young Dolph.
O.T. Genasis Feat. Lil Wayne
O.T. Genasis' upcoming mixtape, the DJ Drama-produced Rhythm & Bricks, will determine if the internet is still in love Genasis as much as it is in love with the CoCo. Genasis just dropped the tape's lead single "Do It," and Lil Wayne threw Genasis a major bone by showing up with an extended verse.
O.T. Genasis Feat. K Camp & Trae Tha Truth
O.T. Genasis struck gold with "CoCo," but now he's searching for a follow-up of the same caliber. Over the last couple months we've heard both "The Flyest" and "Ricky," nut neither have reached the heights of the rapper's breakthrough record. Grabbing Trae Tha Truth and K Camp for his new record, Genasis is hoping the third time's the charm.
O.T. Genasis catapulted to success thanks to the internet's obsession with "CoCo." We were all in love with the "CoCo." O.T. Genasis is still in love with it too, but he's expressing it in a different way this time around. The Busta Rhymes-signed rapper returned the other week with a loose cut, "The Flyest," and today he gives HNHH the premiere of his official single, "Ricky." Rather than the yell-at-you flow he used in "CoCo," O.T.
If anyone has made a career out of one song, it's OT Genasis. The Long Beach rapper went viral with "CoCo", and though the song is still playing in clubs across America, no one knew if OT was gonna produce a worthy follow up. Well, here it is: "The Flyest" is just as ridiculous as its predecessor, and in all likelihood, it's gonna take off in similar fashion.
CoCo Pt. 3
O.T. Genasis Feat. Chris Brown
Earlier this week, OT Genasis shared what initially seemed to be a standard remix of his hit song "CoCo" that featured Jeezy and Meek Mill, but it was labelled "Part 2" and featured a new verse from him. It's now clear that he was planning on doing multiple versions of the song, as one featuring Chris Brown has just surfaced, entitled "Part 3".
O.T. Genasis Feat. Meek Mill & Jeezy
You may have never thought you wanted to hear Meek Mill rapping over OT Genasis' "CoCo", but you did. Him and Jeezy assist the Busta Rhymes affiliate on a new remix of the breakout hit, premiered by Funkmaster Flex (hence the several seconds of bomb sound effects that kick off the track). After wisely letting Meek kick the song off to drum up hype, Genasis shows his rapping chops by giving us an entirely new verse for the second one on this remix. Jeezy bats clean-up here, acting like the true pioneer of coke rap that he is. Feeling this one?
CoCo (Dark0 Remix)
No matter how you feel about OT Genasis' "CoCo", it's clear that the appeal of the track is entirely in the vocal performance. That draw is left intact on Dark0's new bootleg of the song, replacing the Young CHop-esque instrumental with something a little more dream-like.
Jackin For Beats 2015 (Freestyle)
OT Genasis is a Busta Rhymes-cosigned New York rapper who broke out with a very un-New York song ("CoCo"), so in order to deflect the ire of Ebro, Peter Rosenberg and anyone else who holds the idealized image of a "New York rapper" dearer than their firstborn child, he has to at least make some attempt to "Bring New York Back," right? Correct. He now appears freestyling over three NYC staples on a Funkmaster Flex exclusive entitled "Jackin For Beats 2015."
Dope Smoke (CoCo Freestyle)
When it comes to drugs, Pro Era pretty much definitively has one they favor over all others: ganja. Today, one of them, CJ Fly, takes on OT Genasis' coke-fueled anthem "CoCo" and fittingly re-titles his take "Dope Smoke."
Trae Tha Truth
Trae Tha Truth continues his campaign of adding 45 seconds of bars to the most poppin' songs in the land. After making tiny alterations to "Hot Nigga" and "All About The Money," the Texas rapper adds less than a minute of new material to OT Genasis' "CoCo."
Dope Smoke (CoCo Remix)
Rocky Diamond continues a prolific fourth-quarter of 2014 with a brand new remix. Taking on OT Genasis' "CoCo" instrumental, courtesy of Juice The Producer, Diamond replaces the originator's love of cocaine with his own of "Dope Smoke." Unlike the rapper's acclaimed rendition of Tove Lo's "Stay High," this one keep's the initial instrumental completely untouched. Feelin' the record? Then stay on the lookout for Diamond's upcoming Lean Problems tape. We'll be covering the roll out for the project until its eventual release.
Fuck Denim & Supply (Freestyle)
When Smoke DZA and his RFC comrades came up to the HNHH offices a few weeks ago (see video of that below), they huddled in a corner before the interview, creatively scheming about a potential remix of O.T. Genasis' trap smash "CoCo." Polo, what with its dual O's and its popularity among the crew, seemed like an apt thing for DZA to proclaim his love for on the hook, and now that very remix has arrived.
O.T. Genasis, previously a virtually-unknown New York rapper, has a hit on his hands. With almost no street-level, grass roots-type movement behind "CoCo," the song that's taking off, Genasis' success is mostly due to a strong marketing push and the support of Busta Rhymes (who recently showed up to a CMJ show to run through the track four straight times).