Years back, Baltimore-bred Rakeem Miles first came to prominence as a founding member and de facto frontman of the Organic Geniuses collective, a promising clique of artists who were quietly rising the ranks during a particular golden era for thriving self-made groups at the time (see: Pro Era, A$AP Mob & Off Future).
Since their inception, things went relatively quiet as far as OG is concerned as members went about developing their solo careers and for Miles, it seems that his work is finally paying off. After making the move to Los Angeles, Miles ended up launching into a joint deal with Empire and Imperial Music Group and four months after that announcement, he returns with his unapologetic anthem "Black Ass."
The new cut is seasoned in aggression as Miles essentially makes his entrance, with "Black Ass" being his first drop since June of last year and his first since announcing his deal.
"I’m finally signed, I'm finally able to give y’all the content I’ve been trying to deliver for a minute," he stated, adding "This shit is very overwhelming and there’s a lot of preparation that comes with this, there’s a lot of stress."
Listen to the first fruits of such labor on "Black Ass."
Watch it Black boy, better act right
I don't really give a fuck about your type
With your big lips and your cornrows and your big d***
You on my hit list