2018’s “Bloxk Party” was Sada Baby’s big break: a bouncy track that introduced the world to the Detroit rapper’s powerhouse flow, highly entertaining dance moves, and fondness for obscure NBA references (“Big ass shotgun look like Lauri Markkanen!”). The rising star’s Bartier Bounty tape changes very little about this formula, and thank god for that. Sada oozes charisma over classic East Detroit productions (think murderous piano beats with a similar DNA to West Coast gangsta rap), dropping witty references to everything from the Pacers’ Victor Oladipo to ’90s J.G. Wentworth commercials. “Skuba Says” and “Mutumbo” are particularly bonkers examples of how to succeed by being completely yourself.