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Album: Pretty Bitch Freestyle - Single

Artist: Saweetie

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 ICY/Artistry Records/Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Pretty Bitch Freestyle - Single By Artist Saweetie

Title Artist Time
Pretty Bitch Freestyle Saweetie 2:09 USD 1.29

Reviews For Pretty Bitch Freestyle - Single By Artist Saweetie

  • Wow

    By kiddmarkk
    THIS is the energy she needs to keep comin with
  • Huh?

    By Smizzman
    This is a ‘featured’ song on iTunes? This is pretty trash
  • She’s from the Bay. Duh

    By AliciaNwonderland
    She’s a bay bish, so of course she’s going to sample ‘Petey Pablo’ & ‘Too Short’, quit being a bunch of haters. I’m sure she got the green light to use said samples. 😂 smh. People stay hating even tho they’re soooo irrelevant. Keep representing Saweetie. Your REAL fans got you!
  • Great Song

    By Likabug3375
    I love it! She showed her talent. Always have been and always will be a fan
  • Yesss sis 💅

    By Gingerrogersisdead
    Love you saweetie thnks for the weekend jam !!
  • 👎🏽

    By moneyjim22
    Can’t rap. Quit it
  • Stop sampling hits- 👎🏻

    By Mr Omar T
    First she samples Peter Pablo in “My Type,” then Too $hort for “Tap In,” and now Black Rob’s “Whoa” for this song. Pleeeeease stop recycling 90s hip hop!
  • Hot

    By Chile Please11
    I like
  • .....

    By itscooperking
    does she really think she can rap.....

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