‘Tap In’ to Saweetie & Pretty B*tch Music

‘Tap In’ to Saweetie & Pretty B*tch Music

Saweetie says she used this time to turn “shit into sugar”. By reconnecting with herself “as a woman, as an artist, and even as a producer.”

The past few years have been fast and dizzying, fresh off her two EP’s: 2018’s High Maintenance and 2019’s ICY. ” I began working like crazy — working like a mad man,” Saweetie states in a recent interview with Paper Magazine.

“I didn’t have time to really sit down and absorb what was really happening in my life. And translate how I was feeling.” Through Pretty Bitch Music, which she promises will “change her life,” Saweetie finally had that shot.

Up-to-date single off her album, Pretty B*tch Music. Saweetie has flipped Too Short’s Bay Area classic from 2006, “Blow the Whistle,” for her new song “Tap In.” The single, which also arrives beside a new music video, is the second offering from her upcoming album, which is set to hit our ears later this year.

Pretty B*tch Music accompanies 2019’s Icy EP, with Saweetie noting that the usage of “b*tch” in the title as an acronym: Boss, Independent, Tough, CEO, Hyphy.

She notes that the influence behind the name came from 2Pac’s “Thug Life” motto, which stood for “The Hate U Give Little Infants F*cks Everyone.”

SAWEETIE IS MAXIM’S JULY/AUGUST COVER MODEL

“I want to change the meaning of pretty ’cause there’s this model on social media of how a woman looks,” she explains. “I grew up in a house of all shapes and sizes of women. Pretty means different things to different cultures, different groups, different backgrounds, and different ages.”

Saweetie Maxim Cover (1)

Photography: Brandon Almengo, Styling: Bryon Javar, Makeup: David Velasquez @mugopus, Hair: Jared Henderson @JStayReady_

 

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