I’ve talked about Danielle Bregoli also known as Bhad Bhabie before, and I urge you to check out my previous reviews here, here and here where I discuss some of her non-album singles. Speaking of which if you guys would like to hear my thoughts on her album ‘15’ then feel free to comment and I’ll get on that. But anyway, if you are unfamiliar with the artist, Bhabie is a Florida native, a rapper and internet personality who first came to attention in 2016 after an appearance on Dr. Phil went viral, after which Bhabie capitalised on the attention and started her own rap career, even becoming the the youngest female rapper to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
‘Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)’ is the fourth Bhabie track I’ve reviewed now, and while I’ve seen that she’s attracted her fair share of flack and negativity, I feel that she generally has talent as a rap. This track especially shows this, it shows more of her vocal range, now there is a synth component in this track, but that only supports her voice and I’m certain that she has some real raw talent. Also to produce something this complex and impressive when she’s only been doing it professionally for a few years is something to be admired. Also, I mentioned in another review that rap can and often does have some incredibly complex lyrics of the music genres, and this holds true for Bhabie, it’s not just bland cookie cutter music, you get a real feel for the artist and their feelings, and it’s just really good to listen to because of that.
So that’s what I thought of Bhad Bhabie’s single ’Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)’ 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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