Stream "Bestie," produced by D.A. Doman, up top via YouTube. The track is also available on Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud, etc. Previously, Bhad Bhabie released her own take on Kodak Black's "Roll in Peace." She also starred in an unofficial video for his track "Everything 1K."
When teasing the series to noted botherers TMZ back in December, Bhabie took the opportunity to also give a public assessment of the antiquated hellscape known as Facebook. "Facebook is kinda what fell off," she said, later adding "Team Snapchat! Fuck Facebook!"
15, Bhabie's debut commercial mixtape, was released last September and counts YG, Asian Doll, Lil Yachty, City Girls, Lil Baby, Ty Dolla Sign, and Shirak among its assortment of collaborators. She capped off the year with a disagreement of sorts with Iggy Azalea and joined Charli XCX and Clean Bandit for "Playboy Style."
Kodak Black, meanwhile, released his 16-track Dying to Live album in December. The album ultimately became his first Billboard 200 chart-topper and was touted by Drake as one of his "favorites in the last five years."
"Your purpose is so pure," Drake wrote in a text that was shared by Kodak Black via screenshot in since-deleted Instagram posts.
During an interview with Ebro Darden surrounding the album's release, Kodak walked out when the host brought up a pending case involving an alleged sexual assault. "I feel bad that it went that way, because I felt like I was honestly trying to have a balanced conversation with an individual who has a crazy past, dealing with some very real things," Darden later said.