Top 10 Bhad Bhabie Songs

Bhad Bhabie Songs

Our top 10 Bhad Bhabie songs list looks at the body of work of an American musician who rose from being a viral catchphrase internet sensation into a successful rap career. Born in 2003, Bhad Bhabie had her rise to fame in one of the most unconventional ways following her appearance on the Dr. Phil talk show. During the show, Bhad Bhabie articulated the phrase “Cash me outside, how bout dah?” which would eventually become a popular catchphrase in the US.

The catchphrase often saw her referred to by some (to date) as the “Cash me Outside Girl.” With time, Bhad Bhabie has lost taste in the almost-bizarre thirty seconds of fame moment on the Dr. Phil talk show. While she acknowledges that the phrase made her an overnight sensation, Danielle (Bhad Bhabie’s real name) hopes that people redefine who she is and know her for who she really is as a person.

Bhad Bhabie appears on our radar for her impactful music career, which has her cashing in on her rap skills. Now a fully-fledged artist, Bhad Bhabie is sharing the spoils of the blooming hip-hop scene in the US. With her career barely at its initial stages, Bhad Bhabie’s future as a mega female rap star seems only brighter!

Bhad Bhabie’s Career Beginnings and Breakthrough

Bhad Bhabie’s career beginnings were marred by doubts and backlash from the masses in the hip-hop industry. It took the experience of Adam Kluger and a few other reputable individuals in the music scene to transform Bhad Bhabie into an overnight sensation in the hip-hop industry, albeit with significant rap skills by the rapper too. Her manager Adam has also worked with other notable artists including Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, and Kesha.

Bhad Bhabie’s most definitive moment came in August 2017, when she issued her debut single “These Heaux.” At fourteen years of age, Bhad Bhabie made history by becoming the youngest female rapper to debut on the Billboard Hot 100. Her hit “These Heaux” made it to the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number seventy-seven.

Bhad Bhabie’s Releases Over the Years

After her breakthrough moment with the hit “These Heaux,” Bhad Bhabie was signed by Atlantic Records issuing a number of non-album singles in late 2017. Bhad Bhabie returned one year later with her debut mixtape 15. The mixtape title was analogous to her age at the time. 15 finds Bhad Bhabie collaborating with a number of reputable rappers including Ty Dolla $ign, City Girls, YG, Lil Baby, Lil Yachty, and Asian Doll.

Among the personnel tasked with the production of the album are Pliznaya, Ronny J, Bobby Kritical, and The Rascals, a production duo best known for its successful works with Drake, Ty Dolla $ign, Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, and Post Malone.

Bhad Bhabie’s Accolades and Legacy

As earlier mentioned, Bhad Bhabie remains the youngest female rapper to have ever debuted on the Billboard Hot 100, thanks to her impactful tracks “These Heaux.” The rapper has issued a number of impressive tracks that saw her nominated for the inaugural Top Rap Female Artist accolade in the 2018 Billboard Music Awards ceremony alongside Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. Here we issue the ten best Bhad Bhabie songs of all time.

#10 – Get Like Me ft. NLE Choppa

Ushering us to the top 10 Bhad Bhabie songs list is the tripping hit “Get Like Me.” The song finds Bhad Bhabie collaborating with the Memphis-born rapper NLE Choppa. NLE Choppa brings to the song his energetic rap style which is also evidenced in his breakout single “Shotta Flow.” “Get Like Me” is an ode to pursuits of fame and money, delivered in a self-assertive manner. The music video to this track showcases the two rappers having stolen a lemonade truck where they serve refreshments while the merrymakers dance as Bhad Bhabie and NLE Choppa rap along.

#9 – Juice ft. YG

“Juice” is one of the most sought-after hits off Bhad Bhabie’s debut mixtape 15. The song finds Bhad Bhabie collaborating with the Compton-born rapper YG, best known for his singles “Who Do You Love” and “Big Bank.” “Juice” is among the spirited rap hits that bring the confident musical flow and status of Bhad Bhabie. YG matches up to Bhad Bhabie’s vigor on this collaborative hit. However, YG didn’t doesn’t feature in this song’s visual. However, Bhad Bhabie managed to feature UFC fighter Cris Cyborg in the video of this rap track.

#8 – I Got It

2017 was Bhad Bhabie’s breakthrough year in her rap career with songs like “I Got It” remaining enough proof for this claim. The song was issued as a non-album single in November 2017. From expensive cars to flaunting money, Bhad Bhabie seems to have caught up fast with “the hip-hop lifestyle,” which praises living above bourgeois means. While she might have only been fourteen at the time this track was issued, her aggressive rap style while calling shots at her scoffers is unparalleled.

#7 – Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)

Bhad Bhabie’s aggressive yet impressive rap style has found her ranking among the top female rapper in the industry. However, songs like “Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)” allow us to fully recognize the effort invested by Bhad Bhabie’s producers. DJ Chose, the producer of this track, delivered some infectious trap beats. Without a doubt, these trap beats perfectly complement Bhad Bhabie’s rap vocals.

“Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)” is probably the most emotional track ever released by the rapper. Its lyrical content sheds some light on how Bhad Bhabie rose from the “dirt” showcasing the struggles she had to go through at a young age. Of course, many might term her lifestyle as mischief-filled. However, all of these were the result of living in a troubled household.

Bhad Bhabie has now taken a big break from her “dirt-filled” past with success knocking on her door with every new release she makes. The rapper takes the blame to say that she did all that “dirt” but never got tainted by the “dirt.” In some way, her past sounds more like a makeshift lifestyle to fill up the voids in her daily life!

#6 – Babyface Savage ft. Tory Lanez

Number six on our ten best Bhad Bhabie songs is the punchy rap track “Babyface Savage.” The song is among the handful of singles issued in 2019 after her debut mixtape release in the previous year. “Babyface Savage” finds the rapper collaborating with the Canadian rap artist Tory Lanez. Two years in the industry at the time of this song’s issue, Bhad Bhabie was still commanding attention to her rap career, thanks to her sure-fire flows.

Her uncompromising rap delivery stamps excellence to her name, making her a female artist no one should discount. “Babyface Savage” was added to the songs by Bhad Bhabie that made it to the mainstream. The song made it to the seventy-eighth spot on the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 Chart. “Babyface Savage” also made it to the eighth spot on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Chart.

#5- Trust Me ft. Ty Dolla $ign

Issued in June 2018, “Trust Me” was a significant track that saw Bhad Bhabie collaborate with Ty Dolla $ign. Coming off Bhad Bhabie’s mixtape 15, “Trust Me” is among the first songs by the rapper where she doesn’t call out the skeptics of her work in the rap scene. We call this track significant since it is illustrative of Bhad Bhabie’s struggle to create a new identity out of her famous “Cash me outside” catchphrase.

“Trust Me” is a love song that finds Bhad Bhabie attempting to court a potential love interest asserting that she will make him love her. The song made it to the ninth spot of the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart. Originally, Bhad Bhabie had scheduled XXXTentacion to be her collaborator on this track. However, following a row with Lil Yachty, XXXTentacion chose to remove his verse, giving space for Ty Dolla $ign to show his endearing musicianship.

#4- Geek’d ft. Lil Baby

“Geek’d” is one of the most electrifying rap gems off Bhad Bhabie’s debut mixtape 15. The song finds Bhad Bhabie collaborating with the Atlanta-born rapper Lil Baby, who is best known for his tracks “Drip Too Hard,” “Yes Indeed” and “Close Friends.” “Geek’d” finds Bhad Bhabie taking her rap career a tad bit more seriously. In this song, she unveils a magical flow enough to brand her an upcoming rap queen. “Geek’d” was produced by The Rascals, a production duo best known for its work with Post Malone, Ariana Grande, Zendaya, Chris Brown, and Drake.

#3 – These Heaux

When Bhad Bhabie issued her debut single “These Heaux,” many were almost not ready to accept that it was the popular catchphrase teenager to tear apart the rap scene record for the youngest female star to debut in the Billboard Hot 100. Her shift from a catchphrase popular girl to a successful rapper was quite divisive but either way, Bhad Bhabie deserved the moment of glory. Credit to her connections with top gurus in the rap scene and talent that she managed to build a legacy as a fourteen-year aged internet sensation in the rap scene.

“These Heaux” was a song penned by Bhad Bhabie in collaboration with Brittany B., a singer-songwriter known for her contributions to the hits “Let Love Rule” by Ledisi and “Can’t Stop” by Theophilus London featuring Kanye West. The song made Bhad Bhabie the third youngest solo star to ever debut on the Billboard Hot 100 only surpassed by Stevie Wonder and JoJo. “These Heaux” was a commercial success, earning gold certification from RIAA.

#2- Bestie ft. Kodak Black

“Bestie” is one of Bhad Bhabie’s most revered non-album singles of 2019. The song finds Bhad Bhabie teaming up with Kodak Black, a Florida-born rapper known for his hits “Zeze” and “Tunnel Vision.” In this song, Kodak Black drops his mumble rap vocals issuing some clean vocals rap which complements Bhad Bhabie’s flowing rap croons.

The music video for “Bestie” was directed by Michael Garcia with rapper DMX featured as Bhad Bhabie’s killer clown bestie. “Bestie” made it to the eighth spot of the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart. An alternate version of this song was issued with Kodak Black replaced with Megan Thee Stallion.

#1- Gucci Flip Flops ft. Lil Yachty

Number one on our top 10 Bhad Bhabie songs is the impressive rap track “Gucci Flip Flops.” The song is one of the most revered hits off Bhad Bhabie’s debut mixtape 15. “Gucci Flip Flops” finds Bhad Bhabie collaborating with Lil Yachty, a Georgia-born rapper best known for his hit “One Night.” The song finds the two artists rapping about how their lives ooze opulence.

While the song might feel like any other typical rap hit with self-assertive lyrics, Bhad Bhabie is on a mission here, seemingly directing her verses to her cynics. A remix version of this hit was issued, featuring Snoop Dogg and Plies. “Gucci Flip Flops” peaked at number seventy-nine on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was also a commercial success, earning platinum certification in the US and gold certification in Canada.

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