The viral star Danielle Bregoli is making a ploy to hang on to her recently-found celebrity status for as long as she can, and in that pursuit, she's kicked off her rap career. Her fanbase might be made up primarily of haters and trolls (at least that's what we'd imagine), but ultimately, she's pulling through because of them, with her debut single "These Heaux" even landing placement on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and landing even higher up on Spotify's charts (apparently #2 on their Global Viral chart). She's released two remixes since then, over Kodak Black's "Roll in Peace" as well as Tee Grizzley's "From the D to the A." She shows no signs of slowing down in her rap career dreams, as reports surface today that she's signed a major label deal with Atlantic Records.

Atlantic is really taking over these days in terms of hip-hop, ensuring they take care of the young generation with their signings and staying ahead of the curve, in general, so it's actually not too surprising that that's where the Bhad Bhabie landed, however, we'll still have to see how this unfolds. In terms of details on the Atlantic deal, we don't know much yet, but apparently it includes multiple albums and is worth millions-- all signed under her rap moniker "Bhad Bhabie." Meanwhile, her "These Heaux" music video sits with around 21 million views. Fun fact: the 14-year old's single was co-written by Audio Push member Price and Brittany B (who is signed to Priority Records), as the rapper revealed on Instagram while congratulating the viral star. Are you surprised? Check out Price's post below.

Neither Atlantic nor Danielle have spoken out about the new deal just yet, so we'll keep you posted. 

Do you think music industry will embrace Bhad Bhabie or nah? Will any high-profile artist co-sign her? What do you make of all this? Sound off in the comments.