Saweetie and Doja Cat join forces for new “Best Friend” anthem
The track is set to appear on Saweetie’s forthcoming ‘Pretty Bitch Music’ project.
Saweetie is officially kicking her Pretty Bitch Music rollout into full gear as she unleashes another anthem for fans everywhere to enjoy. Her new “Best Friend” track features Doja Cat and comes accompanied with a glitzy music video to embody the fun and confidence exuding from the record.
The new Dave Meyers-directed visual sees Saweetie and Doja Cat spending the day together doing best friend activities, such as catching some well-deserved vitamin D out by the pool, shopping, having a slumber party, and riding around in her fully blinged-out Tesla. The two divas open up the bouncy new track by trading bars and hyping each other up in the hook:
That my best friend, she a real bad bitch. Got her own money, she don’t need no n**. On the dance floor, she had two, three drinks. Now she twerkin’, she throw it out and come back in. That’s my best friend, she a real bad bitch. Drive her own car, she don’t need no lift. In the strip club, know my girl gon’ tip. Now she twerkin’, she throw it out and come back in. Beep beep, is that my bestie in a Tessie? Fresh blow out, skin on tan, ooh, she ready.
Prior to the new “Best Friends” track was her Jhene Aiko-assisted single “Back To The Streets.” 2020 also saw Saweetie deliver dope cuts like “Money Mouf” with Tyga and YG, “Bussin 2.0” with Tay Money, and “Tap In,” the last of which as since climbed to the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100. “Tap In” later on caught a big remix that featured Post Malone, DaBaby, and Jack Harlow. Pretty Bitch Music features some all-star-level production from names like Timbaland, Danja, Lil John, Murda Beatz and will follow her 2019 EP ICY.
Be sure to press play on Saweetie’s brand new “Best Friend” music video featuring Doja Cat down below.
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