Sada Baby and Big Sean have dropped a fresh collaborative track “Little While,” which was produced by Hit-Boy. It is the first single anticipating Sada’s upcoming LP, Him Not Them.
On the track, the two Detroit MCs rap about their encounters with women over a hard-hitting beat by Hit-Boy. “Lil’ bitch ain’t as freaky as she used to be / Nah, nah, nah, nah / Gon’ take a lil’ while to get used to me / It gon’ take a lil’ while, uh,”’ Sada spits on the song’s infectious hook.
“I ain’t been droppin like usually kuz I’m gettin y’all ready for the bigger me. This the first song off my album,” Sada said of the track in an Instagram post. “It’s gone take a little while to get used to me if you ain’t already.”
Sada also spoke about the process of working with Hit-Boy in an interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music. “Me and him, we got 20 to 30 songs. He just took a liking to me,” Sada said.
“I went out there to meet Sean and I end up, the first song I recorded with Hit-Boy, it was a song with me, Sean and A$AP Ferg. Me and Ferg laid our verses, and I think Sean still got [the] last verse of the song. Then I did another song where I just lay the verse on it quick and how I record is real fast. So he was intrigued by it.”
Listen to “Little While” here: