Yes, Danielle Bregoli Has Just Signed With Atlantic
How to bow dah?
The day has arrived.
Something that nobody really predicted.
The "Cash Me Ousside" viral sensation, Danielle Bregoli, has just signed a deal with Atlantic Records, which is reportedly worth millions.
"Team work makes da dream bitches," she wrote on Instagram to commemorate the occasion.
Team work makes da dream bitches 🖤🏆💪 #atlanticrecords 💿💿💿 @realadamkluger @flueagency @atonbh @frankdellatto @bklyngirrl_bhadbhabies_mom @artistpg @atlanticrecords
A post shared by Bhad Bhabie (@bhadbhabie) on Sep 15, 2017 at 11:03am PDT
With more than 21 million hits and counting, the success of his latest video "These Heaux", which was published on August 30 under its Bhad Bhabie rap nickname, obviously caught the attention of Atlantic record executives. The contract, according to the reports of the calls of several records from the Florida native.
At 14 years of age, Bregoli is now the youngest female rapper to ever have a Billboard Hot 100 song. "These Heaux" debuted at #77.
The song was co-written by Priority Records' Brittany B and Audio Push Price of members, who share a congratulatory Instagram post on Wednesday (13 September).
"#TheseHeaux debuted at #77 On the Billboard top 100 chart!," he wrote. "Co-written by Me & @brittanybmusic the More you Earn the More prizes. stay positive and the hard work of the people."
#TheseHeaux debuted at #77 On the Billboard top 100 chart! Co-written by Me & @brittanybmusic the More you Earn the More prizes 🏆🏆✌🏾✌🏾to stay positive and the hard work of the people.
A post shared by Bob Gnarley (@bowprice) on Sep 12, 2017, at 4:43pm PDT
Bregoli's rise to notoriety began with an appearance on the Dr. Phil show in September of 2016, when the ornery teenager he left his now famous phrase, "Cash Me Ousside How to Bow Dah", which quickly exploded into countless memes.
Since then, she appeared in the Kodak Black video "All I 1K, he was" ex