Danielle 'Bhad Bhabie' Bregoli Signs to Atlantic Records
How ’bout that?
Danielle “Bhad Bhabie” Bregoli, the 14-year-old who gained notoriety after saying “cash me ousside” on a viral episode of “Dr. Phil,” has signed a multi-million dollar multi-album record deal with Atlantic, according to TMZ.
Bregoli’s rap career has already taken off as her breakout single “These Heaux” is currently No. 77 on the Billboard Hot 100, making her the youngest female rapper ever to enter the chart, according to the report.
“These Heaux,” a remix of Kodak Black and XXXTentacion’s “Roll in Peace,” became a surprise hit after its release. Filmed in Venice, the song’s video has already generated more than 21 million views on YouTube, where she has 2 million subscribers.
“I ain’t nothin’ like these hoes,” Bhad Bhabie raps on the track. “Don’t compare me to no one / Money green like CeeLo / Yeah, my pockets so swollen.”
The success came as a surprise to Bregoli, who recently admitted that she was nervous about entering the rap game in a social media-shared video. “I’ve been working on music and shit,” she said. “I’ve been in the studio since April. I was kind of scared. ‘What if people think it’s a joke? What if it doesn’t blow up?’ I was scared. For real. This is real life. But, it turns out, bitch, I’m a rapper. Okay, ho?”