Aminé has emerged as an artist to watch in 2016 on the strength of his debut single "Caroline," which has become a minor viral sensation. A few days ago, the Portland rapper returned with the equally colorful "Baba."
"Baba" is Amharic (the official language of Ethiopia, Aminé's ancestral homeland) for "daddy," which gives you a clue into what the song is all about. Like "Caroline," it is produced by Pasqué. Like "Caroline," it is a tale of love delivered with humor, respect, and extreme horniness.
Listen to "Baba" and follow Aminé on SoundCloud.
Your body's like a temple to me
If feels like tetherball's in the sky
Soaring free from the worlds fallacies
One hit is all you need to fly