Saweetie gained a very good portion of her rising following with a freestyle referred to as "ICY GRL." The standard music seems on her first official EP, High Maintenance, that dropped in March 2018. The artist is rolling out her subsequent album, a brand new section that comes with its personal challenges. The Bay Area rapper opened up concerning the course of' implications throughout an interview with Clash.
“I’m excited however sort of nervous,” she reveals. “‘ICY GRL’ set such a excessive normal for me, and I’m very grateful for the notoriety I gained from it. It put me up there, however now I’ve gotta include it.”
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Opportunities got here to the newfound fame together with its downfalls like on-line haters, digital interactions the rapper is studying to cope with. “So mainly now we have entry to all of those feedback, and I've to say loads of my feedback are good, however there are these individuals who come into your web page @ing you they usually like speaking shit.”
She pauses after which continues: “I discover these items. I don’t reply to them, so that they don’t suppose I discover however it will get me upset. We’re people too, so I’ve gotta get loads of stuff off my chest. That’s what ‘Pissed’ is about; it’s about me speaking about individuals coming at me for no motive. And it’s like, why y’all pissed?”