Lil Zay Osama shows versatility in new project.
Lil Zay Osama is not afraid to represent Chicago through his music. Earlier this week, Osama dropped his latest project, Trench Baby, and the streets already have it on replay. First finding hip-hop fans’ attention in 2019 after he dropped his project, Hood Bible. Although he was rapping before the buzz, this project set the tone for Osama’s music career, and many new fans started to pay attention to the rising star.
Trench Baby is consistently rising on the iTunes chart, currently holding the 18th spot. The project is stacked with hits from hood anthems to a few records for the ladies. At The Honey Pop, we love an artist’s ability to be versatile. For the most part, Trench Baby is filled with solo songs that consist of just Lil Zay Osama. However, Osama enlisted a few familiar faces to add the perfect features. On the project, you can expect to hear features from G Herbo, Doe Boy, Jack Boy, and Lil TJay.
For the intro, Osama, who is signed to Warner Records, chose 61st to 64th as the first promotional single. The visual for the song, which is dedicated to Chicago’s streets, has passed 4.5 million views on YouTube. The music is becoming popular on TikTok, and we all know how these videos can make a hit song chart on Billboards Hot 100. Watch the video for 61st to 64th here:
Lil Zay Osama – ’61st to 64th’
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Featured Image Source: Claire Marie Vogel/Warner Records Press