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Bay Area Spotlight: @Saweetiie ‘s “Icy Girl” Still Cranks Hard

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There’s something about a beautiful woman, confident in her appearance and demeanor that makes her a force to be reckoned with. Society constantly reinforces impossible standards and unfair metrics for women to measure themselves against, and we understand that it can be hard. But when a woman can rise against these standards and celebrate her feminine whiles, it makes us shiver inside. Saweetie is that woman, and “Icy Girl Freestyle” is her declaration of self-love, confidence, and future successes.

To start it off, Saweetie is damn near flawless. She has crystal clear skin, a beautiful set of lips, and an all-knowing smirk that lets you know she knows exactly what you’re thinking before you can even say it. In the video for “Icy Girl Freestyle,” her figure is shown tastefully time and time again, and the sight never gets old. She’s gifted in more ways than one.

In addition to being beautiful, she’s a fierce rapper. Her flow is near unmatched in the entire industry and her delivery makes her someone to watch, without question. On “Icy Girl Freestyle” she delivers each line with zest and a certain pep that sells it hard, sending icy daggers into the heart with pinpoint precision. It’s an amazing listen that really shows her creativity as an artist while creating the groundwork for the future.

All of this leads us to a hot take that may get us in trouble. Saweetie’s “Icy Girl Freestyle” is better than Khia ‘s “My Neck, My Back.” They use the same beat, but the songs are completely different from each other. Saweetie’s has more emotion and swagger than Khia’s, but who are we to judge. Let’s just continue enjoying good music.

Check out the video for “Icy Girl” below.

 

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Derrty Dollaz and Lil Trev drop a summer anthem with “Gang With Me”

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Derrty Dollaz’s refrain on “Gang With Me” has all of the makings of an earworm. I’ve listened to it three times straight so far and I can’t stop saying “Gang With Me” with the same vocal inflection and pitch that he did throughout the cut. Both Dollaz and Lil Trev have something serious on their hand, a hit with all of the makings of a viral anthem. The production is clean and solid whilst the verses are hard-hitting and spectacular. I don’t want to call it to early, but I think this may be the song of the summer.

Watch the video for “Gang With Me” below.

 

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Lil Pete pays respects to the dead in “Go Like That”

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Lil Pete’s one of the Bay Area’s hottest rising artists. He has an air of youthful vitality around him, something that makes his music seem much more contemporary and authentic, then those who try to fake the funk. His new cut “Go Like That” is a serious affair, about the fallen and not wanting to head down that same path, but it also encapsulates that vitality that makes it sound somewhat uptempo. There’s nothing wrong with that – it works as a catchy tune that you’ll want to play back time and time again. But I can’t help but wonder if that was his intention.

Watch the video for “Go Like That” below.

 

 

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Cartel Dough drops the video of the year with “Hoes Everywhere”

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Here’s another case of prioritizing a visual that makes the song itself more effective. Cartel Dough’s video for “Hoes Everywhere” is so cleanly shot, making it an instant contender for video of the year. The slow-mo cuts of bouncing ass, Ferraris and Rolls Royces riding down the street, along with the creative use of color in certain frames go a long way in increasing our opinion of the song. “Hoes Everywhere” is good as a tune itself, but the video is ultimately what sells it.

Watch the video for “Hoes Everywhere” below.

 

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