After a false focus on 50 Cent’s G-Unit label, the career of O.T. Genasis really became popular when Busta Rhymes captured the Atlanta-born, Long Beach-raised rapper executing the early-2014 one “Touchdown” not really once, not double, not 3 x, but four consecutive situations for a challenging but rapt audience. Blessed Odis Oliver Flores, O.T. Genasis eventually joined up with Busta’s Conglomerate Entertainment label, showing up on Catastrophic 2 and putting your signature on to mother or father label Atlantic for distribution. Jointly they released a edition of “Touchdown” with verses from Busta and French Montana. The fairly relaxed follow-up one, “CoCo,” another ode to coping cocaine, premiered that November and quickly became a larger hit. Plans release a a major-label debut record in 2015 didn’t materialize, however the rapper released 2016 with three likewise called singles, “GET IT DONE,” “Cut It,” and “Force It.” The last mentioned track made an appearance on his late-year mixtape Coke N Butter, which highlighted guests like 2 Chainz, T.We., YG, Remy Ma, and Migos’ Quavo.