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 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.
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.
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
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."
The Conglomerate has been very present over the last little while. Outside of growing out his hair again, Busta Rhymes has been making sure to put his crew on, courtesy of a slew of remixes from himself O.T. Genasis, J-Doe, and plenty of others.
Busta Rhymes has been putting on for his crew lately, hopping plenty of remixes with OT Genasis and J-Doe, rappers from his label, The Conglomerate.
To date, all we have from Cali rapper OT Genasis on HNHH is his guest verse on Troy Ave's remix of Chris Brown's "Loyal," but if this new, star-studded remix is any sign of things to come, we'll be seeing a lot more from him in the future.
K Camp's "Cut Her Off" has been poppin' off in Atlanta for a minute now, but it's recently grown some legs outside of the region, and is currently sitting at number 80 on the Billboard 200.
If Chris Brown is known for one thing, it's hits (both musical and literal). His latest, "Loyal," is no exception to the rule.
The Conglomerate are back with another new remix for the streets. After doing damage on Future’s “Move That Dope” remix, Busta Rhymes, O.T. Genasis, and J-Doe decide to give Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz" the remix treatment.