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Saweetie To Drop Two Albums Before The End of 2022



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Saweetie is planning to release two albums before the end of 2022, according to Rolling Stone. The Santa Clara native revealed that fans might be able to listen to the two projects before the year ends. The Single Life, which will cover Saweetie’s perspective on life since her 2021 breakup with Quavo, is expected to drop first.

“I’m excited to share what I went through,” Saweetie said of the first of the two albums. “I think as I was making it, I was more proud to be single. Because I realized that I was growing, I realized that I was elevating, and I realized that I was becoming a better woman.”

Meanwhile, Saweetie also reassured fans that the highly anticipated Pretty Bitch Music is still on the way. “She’s still in the womb, I haven’t popped her out,” the ‘My Type’ rapper teased. “I want to thank my fans for patiently waiting.”

The release dates for The Single Life and Pretty Bitch Music have not been announced yet.

Saweetie addresses her past relationships

Saweetie sat down with People magazine to discuss her past flames and her process in making The Single Life. She referred to the album as her “testimony as a single woman and what I’ve been through, the good and the bad.”

“I feel like a lot of my private love life has been publicized on the media and the internet, so it’s time for me to speak up,”  the “Tap In” artist explained in the interview. “I think the best way to respond to my perception is through the music, ‘cuz honestly, if you don’t know me personally, I’m not gonna have a personal conversation online.”

Though Saweetie and Quavo ended their relationship last year, the former couple were in the news recently. On Quavo and Takeoff’s track Messy”, the ATL rapper appeared to allude to an ex-girlfriend who slept with his friend. Fans speculated that the reference was to Saweetie and Lil Baby, who were pictured together shortly after the split. However, no confirmation was made as to who the track referred to.

Written by Olan Bryant

24, ECU Pirate, Native American (Lumbee)

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