Bhad Bhabie is relatively new to the rap game but she’s already worked up an impressive resume. So much so, that when you look at her collaborators it’s a who’s who of rap from the last few years. From Lil Baby to Megan Thee Stallion, many of the artists have blown up in the last 12 months. Here’s a look at the people who have worked with Bhad Bhabie since she began.
Upcoming US producer Pliznaya was one of Bhad Bhabie's main collaborators on her 15 mixtape and he's stuck through her to new track Do It Like Me. His latest beat is one of his best yet flipping Quad City Dj's C'mon 'N Ride It into a relentless, frantic beat. Over the past few years, he's also worked with Meek Mill, A$AP Ferg and Tyga.
In 2018, Lil Baby hopped on Bhad Bhabie’s debut mixtape, lending a verse to Geek’d. Bhabie and Baby was a winning combination with the song becoming one of the biggest streamers from the record. Since then, Baby’s star has rocketed. His 2020 album My Turn is one of the year’s biggest performers debuting at number 1 in the US. It’s since spent 5 weeks in the top spot.
Megan Thee Stallion
Bhad Bhabie and Megan Thee Stallion’s Bestie is one of the most charismatic in Bhadbie’s collection. Meg replaced Kodak Black on the track and brought an added bounce to the big-streamer. At the time, Meg was already drawing accolades but 2020 has been a landmark one for her. Megan's had two #1 singles in the US with Savage and WAP with Cardi B.
Kodak and Bhad Bhabie go way back. She made a video for Black’s Everything 1K which eventually became the official video for the song. The pair connected over that and eventually landed on a song together. The original version of Bestie is one of Bhabie’s most-streamed songs proving the union was worth the wait.
Bhabie and Yachty collaborated on 15’s biggest song Gucci Flip Flops and we wouldn’t be surprised if we hear another collab given the friendship that flourished after. Yachty gifted Bhabie a $53,000 chain for her 16th birthday and called her his “baby sister” in an Instagram post dedicated to her.
15’s Yung & Bad saw Bhabie and City Girls come together just as the duo was really taking off. 2018 was the year of release for two iconic City Girls tapes PERIOD and Girl Code. They only recorded a few features that year but Bhabie nabbed one of them with the track’s name shouting out Yung Miami from the duo.
Ty Dolla $ign
Ty Dolla $ign is one of the most sought after features in the game. Just this year, he’s collaborated with Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, DVSN, Lil Yachty and more. In 2018, he brought a finesse to one of Bhabie’s slower moments Trust Me. It gave us a rare opportunity to hear Bhabie sing on a hook. At the time, Ty told Rolling Stone that she was “a fucking superstar”.
NLE Choppa has had an incredible 2020. He was named an XXL Freshman and nabbed his first top 10 album in the US with Top Shotta. Before this year, however, he collaborated with Bhabie on Get Like Me. The pair appeared together in the cash-heavy music video, allowing the pair to flex all over the braggadocious cut.
YBN Nahmir and Bhabie have proved to be a fruitful pairing. He originally appeared on the stacked Hi Bich remix before returning for a feature on last year’s high energy Spaz. They have had a rocky history with Bhabie originally kicking him out of the video for Hi Bich but the Spaz pairing seems to confirm that they have been able to bury the hatchet.
A Charli XCX and Bhabie collab was not something we were expecting but they came together on Clean Bandit’s Playboy Style. Charli originally laid down the song but suggested that they get Bhabie to do a verse. She reached out to her on Twitter and the rest is history.
At this stage, Snoop Dogg is rap royalty so securing a Snoop feature is a big deal. Bhabie managed to achieve it with the Gucci Flip Flops remix. It seems Snoop is a fan of Bhabie’s behaviour in general. He called the rapper a "gangsta" for throwing water at Australian rapper Iggy Azalea.
Also on the Gucci Flip Flop’s remix is Plies who Bhabie has cited as one of her biggest influences before. Plies, Trina, T-Pain, and Flo Rida were all named when she spoke about the reason she wanted to become a rapper.
Asian Doll and Bhabie were once a tight duo. Asian Doll appeared on the Hi Bich remix and Affiliated off 15. They also went on tour together but the friendship seems to have fizzled since, with Doll announcing she’d cut ties with Bhabie last year.