Don't be mad: Bhad Barbie Says that The Rap Game (& Atlantic Records) in the Chosen

HipHop News Posted on December 1, 2017 at 8:36am

Don't be mad: Bhad Barbie Says that The Rap Game (& Atlantic Records) in the Chosen

#DXCLUSIVE: Viral sensation Danielle Bregoli opens on their Atlantic Record deal and why she doesn't care much about their enemies.

Los Angeles, CA – When news began to spread that Danielle Bregoli scored a contract with Atlantic Records under his Bhad Bhabie rap moniker, caused outrage among the more enthusiastic of Hip Hop puritans. How the rebellious 14-year-old, who rose to fame after his Dr. Phil appearance, and later "Money Me Ousside, How to Arch Dah" meme pull this off?

The answer, which came in search of her.

Two of its singles — "These Heaux" and "Hi Bich/Whatchu Know" — have already hit Billboard's Hot 100 chart, much to the surprise of, well, all over the world. But there are a couple of things that people should know about Bregoli. First of all, she hates to be called "The Money I Ousside girl" and in the second place, the fame was not something she was looking for.

"Usually people are like, 'Cash me ousside, cash me ousside", and it's like, 'No, that's not my name'" Bregoli explains to HipHopDX. "But I don't want to really address because then people will be like, 'Oh, that makes it crazy, we're going to do it again. Everything is child. You have a name for a reason. It is only a lack of respect. Not to see other people who came from different ways to be called something that is said."As Bregoli explains, this is not something that she asked for.

"What would you do if you are put in the situation I was?" she asks. "And your mom puts you in a TELEVISION program and came to the house of a program, and I didn't even know the latest music that is out — I didn't know anything. Your mom gives your phone and you look at the Instagram explore page, and there are a million pictures of you? Each image is a photo of you with something saying, 'Cash me ousside' in it, and I don't even remember that you said that. Then, suddenly someone calls you and is like, 'Hey, do rap, do you sing?' And you say no, but they want to manage and say, " I think we can do something.'

"Then fly to Los Angeles and that, basically, put in a bit of Airbnb, and they take you t

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