Although Winter 2012 saw the release of Innovation, a project that served as the official debut of SDotBraddy, we didn’t get a full feel of the direction this young South Florida native was taking until the initial offering(s) of what came to be a collaborative EP in WarBuck$ the following year. SDotBraddy arguably succeeded in the deliverance of a very adamant first impression, but it’s the growth we’ve seen all through 2013 that has captivated audiences and displayed a potential that has far surpassed its early groundings. The WarBuck$ mixtape certainly familiarized us with Pouya (of Smart Stunnas), but it also facilitated in the connection made between Braddy and one of South Florida’s breakthrough hip-hop artists, Denzel Aquarius’Killa Curry.
Capitalizing on nearly every opportunity thrown at him, SDotBraddy managed to land the visuals for his “Can’t Tell Me Shit” single in a ‘Get In The Game’ segment on MTV’s RapFix Live. Fast forward a few months after, and we are graced with the announcement that Braddy is working on his next project, Private Sessions. To bring the Innovation era to a proper close, SDotBraddy recruited Two-9’s Curtis Williams, Denzel Curry, Sir Michael Rocks (one of Miami’s newest residents) and last year’s Rookie Of The Year Robb Bank$ for the official remix of “Can’t Tell Me Shit”. With such a dazzling escalation, we believe that SDotBraddy is on his way to become something truly special.