Baltimore’s Tate Kobang is on a roll this year. After starting 2016 releasing “Oh My” as the follow up to his 2015 smash “Bankrolls” he went on to multiple successful sets at various SXSW showcases. Now he’s back with his latest visual featuring Aaron LaCrate for “Ain’t A Damn Thing Change”. Tate skated skated over the trip 808 heavy production in his normal fashion. The video has a slightly eerie feel that matches the feel of the production. Check it out below.
Tate Kobang hails from Baltimore, MD. After the viral success of his hit “Bank Rolls” in 2015 he’s back with his new single “Oh My”. This track was produced by Atlanta heavy hitter Honorable C Note.
Kobang dances over the bouncy production with a witty rhyme pattern. “Oh My” has the perfect vibe to be played in both clubs and house parties. He laced the song with plenty of quotables like “bust it open for the kid and ima put it on the snap” and “just cuz she dance that don’t make her a hoe”.
There’s a lot of potential in Tate Kobang as an artist. He’s signed to the indie powerhouse 300 the label which means he’ll learn plenty from the likes of Lyor Cohen, Todd Moskowitz, Roger Gold & Kevin Liles. I look forward to seeing where he goes next. Check out “Oh My” below: