Saweetie joins Bbyafricka for “Baby Mama Coochie (Remix)”
The track is taken from Saweetie’s ‘Pretty Summer Playlist.’
Pretty Bitch Summer officially commenced last month and Saweetie is leading the charge with her Pretty Summer Playlist and slew of visuals. Following her video for “Risky” featuring Drakeo The Ruler, she circled back with the energetic “Fast (Motion),” and now she makes her swift return to switch up the mood with the gritty “Baby Mama Coochie.” The track is a remix of Bbyafricka’s song, and the two join forces for the official Da’mon Broussard-directed visual where Saweetie gets in her cocky bag:
Rich bitch, I don’t need no advice (Yeah)/ Two pretty double D’s sitting at a high price (Woah)/ Big hoops, lip gloss, baby got the real ice (Mwah), bad boy, good dick, and he talkin’ real nice
I’m a gutta bitch, he adore all my features, love a real n***a that can handle my diva/ Balloon-shaped booty, make it shake like a seizure/ You don’t like broke n***as? I don’t either (Haha)/ White toes, Mykono-nos, AMG, four door, I’m everywhere these hoes don’t go
In more exciting news, Bbyafricka just officially announced her debut project BIGAFRICKA is dropping next month on June 18. She made sure to give a bit of insight on her inspiration for the “Baby Mama Coochie” visual. “The idea of the video is me first as a blow-up doll stepping into her power and ultimately dominating men” she shares via press release. On working with Saweetie, she mentions, “She was great! She seems real down to earth and very sweet. She was easy to work with and is a beautiful girl.”
Back in January, Saweetie linked up with Doja Cat and blessed fans with a new anthem to hype your bestie with. Prior to Saweetie’s “Best Friend” 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.
Be sure to press play on Bbyafricka and Saweetie’s brand new music video for “Baby Mama Coochie (Remix)” down below.
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