We know it’s not what everyone wants to hear, but there are a few songs on Bhad Bhabie’s mixtape 15 that are worth a listen.
The debut project is a laughing jab at people who told her she would only have 15 minutes of fame -oh and reaffirming that she’s only 15.
We know some of you are thinking, “When did she start rapping?”.
After amassing internet stardom for all the wrong reasons, Bhad Bhabie and her team plotted on how to keep her relevant in the media. They played with the idea of a reality show and even launched t-shirts and accessory fashion lines, but eventually, she decided to make her way into the rap world. And it wasn’t hard for her to do so. Many rappers were photographed hanging out with the young teen before the drop of her tape. With her bad attitude, “urban” diction, and pretty looks, she caught the attention of many.
Her debut single, “These Heaux” was released just last year and peaked at No.77 on Billboard. Not bad for a girl who had never spit a bar in her life. A few weeks later, Atlantic Records reached out, a deal was signed, and here we are.
On 15, the new rapper had help from heavyweight names such as YG, Lil Baby, Ty Dolla $ign, City Girls, and Lil Yachty.
As you can expect, her mixtape is filled with ratchet music. It is her whole persona. She got famous for being an out of control, fighting, and disrespectful teen. In the recent months, Bhad Bhabie has been casually hanging out with rappers and dabbling in music. With the release of her most popular song, “Gucci Flip Flops”, people started to pay attention for good reasons.
So before you ex her off your list, you might want to give at least one song a listen, like
“Juice” Ft YG. The two vibe off of each other’s hood mentality and attitude to create a banger hit.
As unexpected as it is, this mixtape is actually pretty lit. While there isn’t much depth or meaning to her lyrics, it’s sure to get you hype in the club.
Bhad Bhabie is slated to hit the road with Lil Yachty in the coming weeks for the “Disrespect” tour.
One thing I will ask, with all the controversial male rappers in the game, is her presence helping or hurting the rap game?
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