Atlanta Rapper Sah Babii celebrates deal with Warner Bros

Congratulations are in order for Atlanta based rapper Sah Babii. The Warner Bros signee celebrated his new record deal by hosting a listening party at Atlanta’s Opium nightclub.

Sah Babii Swurv

The controversial rapper arrived to the posh night club around 1AM. When the driver opened the door to his black SUV, Sah Babii was immediately swamped by a paparazzi of bloggers. Escorted by security and a large entourage, surprisingly Sah Babii didn’t offer media interviews as expected. This could possibly be because Sah Babii continues to draw critics for his spiritual views and his thoughts of “unknownism.”

Sah Babii Release part

After taking a brief series of press photos, Sah Babii and his entourage were escorted to his VIP section where they remained for the duration of the evening. Before leaving the party, Sah Babii thanked all of his fans and “Day 1’s” for supporting him during this process. He also performed several tracks from his re-mastered album, S.A.N.D.A.S. The original mixtape debuted in October 2016.

Attendees of his exclusive party were treated to an open bar and free S.A.N.D.A.S promotional gear, courtesy of Sah Babii and Warner Bros. Sah Babii also showed loved to a few of his fans by briefly granting photo ops.

S.A.N.D.A.S. is available on all downloading platforms. Click here to hear samples from the new S.A.N.D.A.S. track via I-Tunes.

About Sah Babii.

Hip Hop Weekly spoke highly of the controversial artist, describing him as a “musical sensation!” Sah Babii burst on the scene with his 2012 Pimpin Ain’t Eazy mixtape. Nearly five years later, the former “Dick’s Sporting Goods” employee currently is walking in his dreams.

Sah Babii’s  confidence in his craft and his ability to dominate the Billboard charts is incredible. Proclaimed as one of the hottest new artists of 2017, he has accomplished more in the last few years than most artists have in a lifetime. In addition to a smash single, “Pull Up With A Stick,” he has already received recognition by Drake x Young Thug and T-Pain.


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