Danielle Bregoli, best known as Ms. "Cash Me Outside" from Dr. Phil, has come a long way from her roots in America's daytime TV underbelly. Now, she's a young woman who's already been paid $40,000 to make an appearance at the Rolling Loud festival that took place earlier this year and her talent agency is supposedly trying to land her a reality show. However, her skill set continues to blossom right before everyone's eyes, as she's now released a surprisingly good rap single under the name Bhad Bhabie. The track, "These Heaux," avoids the baggage of her career or even her ridiculous-sounding stage name. This could be one of the under-the-rader rap hits this year.
I normally would've tempered my opinion about a song like this back in the day, but since the meteoric rise of Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow," I'm done underestimating female emcees, or emcees in general, because of their public persona and how they might seem to have earned that kind of respect. After Cardi, Ms. Bregoli is the second person to alter my way of thinking in this manner. Let's face it: as much as you'll try and resist it, this girl has bars. Her ability to access this kind of natural flow on her way to throwing down a really catchy hook is impressive, as is the instrumental on this thing, which goes pretty hard as well. We previewed this track recently and those who commented, by and large, refused to take it seriously, but I'm here to tell you that, at least in this one instance, Bhad Bhabie has made a pretty legit hip-hop song.
The 14-year-old, who has supposedly received piano lessons from people who've worked Eminem, could be on the fast track to getting more than just her 15 minutes of fame in the hip-hop spotlight.
I ain't nothin' like these hoes
Don't compare me to no one
Money green like a Cee-Lo
Your pockets so swoll-a