Aminé is a forward-thinking artist whose music has consistently showcased his love for experimenting and setting the bar higher with his blend of sound. In particular, he's ready to strike the music scene even harder than he did earlier this summer, when he inspired listeners with his smash single “Caroline.” Aminé’s smart lyrics and provoking double-entendres make a comeback with unprecedented strength and focus. "Baba" is not a song about that old-age habit of guys loving girls to call them daddies, but it kicks it up a notch and also brings him Aminé’s strong cultural identity. The world "Baba," which l literally translates to "daddy,"is a reference to Aminé’s very own cultural reference and to his upbringing. In a world where everyone wants to be homologous, including rappers, Aminé is truly making an impact by doing something that few other rappers really dare to do: being unique. Aminé set out to charm audiences of all walks of life with his personality and with his genius lyrics, which also borrow from social themes and pop culture reference, including brilliant lines such as “I’d rather give you my password to Netflix.”
Production wise, the sound of the song is as great as the lyrics and writing. Aminé made sure to provide a quality track from conception to completion, and every single element within the song’s structure, arrangement and production hits the spot. From the punchy, infectious grooves, to the tight low end and the great melodies, everything gels together perfectly. Funny, yet punchy and engaging, “Baba” is one of those songs that will make its way inside of your head by way of your ears. One of my favorite things about this song is the fact that Aminé brings his twist to hip-hop, ensuring a dance-floor friendly approach to music that truly adds a special vibe to his recording and releases. Amine is a true master of his craft, consolidating his grasp on the audience with every release and with every single step forward in his unstoppable career!