Saweetie has finally joined forces with Doja Cat in their latest single “Best Friends”. The ladies dropped the official video for their single last week. Both stars have come a long way from their simple beginnings to becoming hip-hop’s most popular female artists.
Doja Cat started her career in Los Angeles while recording her mixture of hip-hop, indie-rock, R&B, and electronic music. On the other side, the “Icy Girl” Saweetie grew up in Santa Clara and started getting popular by rapping over popular beats such as Khia’s “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)”.
Both stars have massively obtained a huge fan base and following. While Doja Cat has 8.3 million IG followers, Saweetie has a whopping 9.3 million IG followers.
King Bach makes a cameo in “Best Friends”
In the fun high-life video, Vine’s most popular user, King Bach, makes a cameo. The visual showed the popular pair rap catchy verses with each other at the pool and the strip club, while also participating in fun activities such as shopping and driving around the city in their fresh ride.
Doja Cat and Saweetie are both seen fitted in swaggy outfits that complimented both stars. Saweetie delivers a catchy hook: “That’s my best friend, she a real bad b*tch / Drive her car, she don’t need no Lyft”. In the video, Doja also spits her quick verses, while showing off her skills: “If she rides for me, she doesn’t need a key.”
“Best Friends” is an introduction to the newest of Saweetie’s debut album “Pretty B*tch Music”. The album also covers “Back to the Street” featuring Jhené Aiko and the Bay Area rapper’s “Tap In” remix with DaBaby, Post Malone, and Jack Harlow.
Saweetie was accused of stealing Ceraadi’s concept
Before the final release of “Best Friends,” Saweetie responded to Ceraadi after they made serious accusations of stealing Saweetie stealing their concept for it. Most people already know Saweetie is known for using sample pieces for her songs, so many have been skeptical about this.
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