Saweetie Says ‘Pretty B*tch Music’ Will Drop Before Summer

Saweetie Says ‘Pretty B*tch Music’ Will Drop Before Summer

The stay up for Saweetie’s long-delayed debut studio album, Stunning B*tch Music, would possibly well in a roundabout diagram be dwindling down, as the rapper has revealed the venture shall be released within the coming months.

The Finest Contemporary Artist Grammy nominee lately spoke with Billboard about placing her focal level on winding up the album and says that it’s her top priority for the time being. “I’ve place my foot down,” Saweetie mentioned. “I’m going to in a roundabout diagram lock in to describe this album.” By manner of a timetable for its free up, Saweetie did not have a concrete date in thoughts, nonetheless is confident the album shall be unveiled “positively earlier than the summer.”

At the starting up announced in 2020, Stunning B*tch Music experienced a large kind of push-backs collectively with last year after being slated to drop in June 2021. “Certain, PBM changed into presupposed to come relief out this month,” the Bay Residence beauty confirmed on the time. “But I changed into genuinely living with it. And one of my targets is for folk to genuinely feel something with every tune, so I needed to return and reconstruct some songs. Stunning know that I’m a perfectionist and it’s on the manner.”

Those sentiments had been mirrored about a months later when she explained that she felt the album wanted a bit extra depth and transparency. “[Pretty B*tch Music is] shedding rapidly. Honestly, it changed into a body of labor without a soul,” she mentioned. “So apt now I’m working on the considerable ingredients due to I in fact need the field to feel me.”

While considerable ingredients are sparse in regards to the album, Saweetie hasn’t allowed Stunning B*tch Music‘s lengthen deter her from making noise, as she changed into lately honored with the 2022 Sport Changer Award from Billboard as half of the publication’s annual Females in Music. The match takes web page Wednesday (March 2) on the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles.

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