Saweetie spent her last few years working hard to prove that she’s more than a pretty face, more than a viral hit, and more than just another Instagram girl. Her debut album ‘Pretty Bitch Music’ is on the way. Born in Diamonté Harper in California’s Bay area, she is more determined than ever to prove that she is here to stay.
She is a beauty with a few hits. Saweetie has two Grammy nominations to add to her list of achievements. The Bay area rapper has been working hard to carve out her career for years. She’s determined to give the world the best that she’s got.
Fans have been impatiently awaiting the arrival of Saweetie’s debut studio album Pretty B*tch Music. She often mentioned that she wants to create the best introductory effort possible. The public has not received many of Saweetie’s live performances even after her achievements. Last weekend, she performed at Power 105.1’s Powerhouse concert as well as on the Saturday Night Live stage.
Saweetie became a trending topic after clips of her SNL performance went viral. People criticized her for having a lack of breath control, diminished energy during her dance moments, and not pronouncing her words well while rapping. She faced such commentaries for some time and in a recent interview with Billboard, she addressed the remarks.
“I actually am very proud of the performance. I feel like I’m growing.” “I’ve never danced that much during a performance. And I’m open to constructive criticism — however, I would love to see someone do what I do. I would like to see their breath control. So, unless you’re someone who’s been doing this, then I’m open to it.”
“That’s like when fans criticize an athlete that plays in the NBA. Y’all not about to make 30 buckets. Y’all not about to do this good of defense. So just enjoy the show and if you believe in who you’re rooting for, you should enjoy the process of their development. One thing about me is I’m such a business, proactive person that I’m not always in artist-mode. Not only am I killing SNL, killing the EMAs, I’m a business woman. So I’m running a company [and] an organization along with trying to balance artist development and other things in my life. I think I’m doing a pretty good job and I know nobody is doing what I’m doing so I’m really proud of that moment.”
With a positive attitude, Saweetie said that she is aware of her strength and weaknesses. she said it’s a process where she is growing constantly. She said that she is ready to work hard, follow her intricate dance routines, and will also work on her breathing patterns.