Danielle Bregoli a.k.a Bhad Bhabie is an American rapper, from Boynton Beach in Florida, who first came to the public eye back in September 2016 after an appearance on Dr. Phil in a segment called “I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime” where she appeared alongside her mother, and in response to the audience laughing at her challenged them to a fight, and spoke the now famous phrase “Cash me ousside, how bout dah”. This appearance and her subsequent catchphrase became a meme and a viral video, and Bhabie capitalised on this attention and success and by August 2017, she had been signed to a manager and released her first track ‘These Heaux’.
Since then, the artist has grown as both a rap artist and as an internet personality, having released at least 12 non-album singles and their debut mixtape ‘15’. Bhad Bhabie also has their own reality web series on Snapchat called ‘Bringing Up Bhabie’ which was first concieved of back in March 2018, with Snapchat being selected as the platform for it, the first season started filming in October, and aired in February, from the 4th through to the 19th. A second season was greenlit after the success of the first, originally set to air in Summer 2020, and Bhabie was seen filming scenes for it in January 2020, however due to Bhabies social media hiatus and the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, however I will be reviewing their most recent release, ‘Do It Like Me’ which dropped on September 24, 2020, don’t forget to take a look back at my reviews of Bhad Bhabie’s music, which you can check out here.
‘Do It Like Me’ fades in, building and then exploding forward, Bhabie as I’ve discussed throughout this week has a real talent for spitting rhymes, this song has a lot of energy and powers forward. Having within a short amount of time listened to a lot of their discography, I can see the development of their skill as an artist. Their music is still growing but they have already firmly found their voice and present a mature and passionate persona that comes across on her tracks. I really liked the whistle distortion sound effect in the track, it served as a nice audio charge throughout the track.
So that’s what I thought of Bhad Bhabie’s single ‘Do It Like Me’ 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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