Saweetie – Richtivities

California artist Saweetie releases new hip hop song “Richtivities.” Please check it out above and drop a comment to let us know what you think about it.


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Grammy®-nominated, multi-platinum rap sensation Saweetie releases her lush new track “Richtivities.” Boasting a smooth and catchy beat, aspirational brags, and effortless swagger, the pop-off primed tune is the perfect addition to the NorCal native’s repertoire. It follows on the heels of “Do It for the Bay,” a football-themed anthem for the San Francisco 49ers.

On “Richtivities,” Saweetie represents for all the “pretty bitches” (B- boss, I- intelligent, T- tough, C- CEO, H- hyphy) getting riches. “Super fine, bills paid doin’ fine” she raps over swelling strings and tight percussion. “Don’t forget, expensive bitch by design.” That takes us to the sing-along chorus: “I’m doing rich shit, pretty bitch shit.” The track inspires listeners to live their best life and is soon to become the theme song to having a good time

Richtivities” comes in the wake of announcing that Saweetie will join Ne-Yo and 2 Chainz in the third season of Starz’s hit series BMF. Saweetie will play Keeya, a former college athlete who’s connected in the streets of St. Louis. The drama returns on March 1 and is executive produced by Curtis50 CentJackson for his G-Unit Film and Television in association with Lionsgate Television for Starz. Last year, she guest starred on Bel Air (Peacock) and continues to make waves in entertainment, proving she’s a multifaceted force to be reckoned with.

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Artist Biography:

As a dynamic powerhouse, Saweetie continues to solidify herself as a multifaceted artist with her chart-topping songs, successful collaborations, philanthropic endeavors, and captivating on-screen performances. Born Diamonté Harper in Northern California, Saweetie was raised in a multi-ethnic household with her father being of African-American descent and her mother being of Filipino-Chinese descent. Saweetie was exposed to a wide range of music genres, which would later influence her own sound and identity as a trailblazer for young, culturally diverse individuals around the world. After attending USC and earning a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Saweetie began to focus on her music career. Since then, Saweetie has accumulated over 5.4 billion career streams from her chart-topping hits such as the RIAA certified platinum “Tap In” and 4x platinum “My Type” and “Best Friend,” featuring Doja Cat, which also earned two GRAMMY® Award nominations. In addition to numerous awards and accolades in the music space, Saweetie has also launched her own jewelry line “ICY” while also solidifying herself as a global brand through her brand partnerships and campaigns with companies such as McDonald’s, MAC, Crocs, Quay, Revlon, Champion, and PrettyLittleThing to name a few. With a comprehensive portfolio spanning so many different avenues, Saweetie’s global influence continues to grow with each subsequent project.

One Comment

  1. First time listening to her music. Anyway, I took my time listening to the whole song. I think the intro is too long.

    She should have started straight to the hook, then verse, and use the intro as bridges, or fade out. I know I’m not famous. Nobody gonna take my takes seriously!

    But I am a very good songwriter.

    Above all, I wish her the best and prosperity 🙏

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