Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Whachu Know

Bhad Bhabie single 'Whachu Know' Artwork

I wrote a longer introduction in a previous review of Bhad Bhabie’s music, and you can check that out here, but for those of you unfamiliar with the artist, Bhabie, or Danielle Bregoli as she is also known is an American internet personality and rapper. Today I’ll be reviewing her single ‘Whachu Know’ which was released on September 21st 2017. 

‘Whachu Know’ Much like the previous track I reviewed this one has an almost unsettling feel to the opening notes, to be clear that’s not meant to be negative, it feels like a deliberate choice to evoke a reaction from the listener and if that’s the case then it’s a very clever move on Bregoli’s part. Again I like the delivery, fast paced, quick fire, but with well composed lyrics, and all presented with a nice rhythm. I like the feel Bhabie manages to impart into the track, you get a real sense of self from her tracks that isn’t always present with mainstream artists, it feels like she wrote this herself, worked hard on it and it really comes across as genuine. Also side note, I like rap, it’s not perhaps my favourite genre, but I’ve always enjoyed the style, and the complex socially conscious lyrics it can spawn, but I have noticed that you can be a rapper, even a successful one without being able to sing, because rap at least in my opinion places more prominence on beat and lyrics than raw vocal skill, it’s more like spoken word poetry than a ballad is what I’m saying, but Bregoli seems to have an pretty nice voice as well as being a talented rapper.

So that’s what I thought of Bhad Bhabie’s single ’Whachu Know’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it, make sure and support the artist by visiting their website, and by following them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Bhabie has also recently started an Onlyfans account, which you can check out here, if that’s something that interests you.

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