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Saweetie enjoys being unmarried. The Grammy-nominated rapper is now prepared to share details of her experience as a bachelorette in a brand-new album called The Single Life.
At a speakeasy-themed event in Hollywood where we met the "Tap In" vocalist, Saweetie and longtime partner Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey celebrated the release of the CD. She tells Rolling Stone, "I love Jack Daniel's because they let me be me. (If anyone is curious about Saweetie's preferred method of consuming Tennessee honey, she says it is cranberries with a dash of cinnamon; "sweet and spicy").
The Single Life will be Saweetie's first full-length project since April 2021's Pretty Summer Playlist: Season 1 and (likely) the last project before her eagerly anticipated debut studio album, Pretty Bitch Music, so the event's grandeur matched the significance of The Single Life for Saweetie's career.
The Single Life is Saweetie's commentary on life following her well-publicized split from Migos musician Quavo, which is significant for fans. After dating since 2018, they parted ways in early 2021.
On The Single Life, Saweetie states, "I'm delighted to share what I went experienced." "I believe that I was more proud to be single while I was making it. I became aware of my growth and elevated myself as a result. And I became aware that I was improving as a woman," she continues. "There's no denying it was groundbreaking. It was painful to watch. It was truthful. It reflected something. In all honesty, it's just Saweetie being Saweetie."
Along with creating new music, Saweetie claims that meditation was a key component of her cure for heartbreak, enabling her to remain calm even when she was by herself. "I think it's a reflection of how you feel within if you can't be alone yourself," she explains. "I think that there needs to be a lot of shadow work and self-work done, like if you need to search for other sources to feel good internally, then I think that there needs to be."
Saweetie claims that in addition to experiencing personal growth, she has also made strides in music: "I recognised that when I first started writing, I wasn't writing from an honest position because I wasn't that vulnerable. I was quite secretive, she claims. I was taught to be tough, strong, and to never exhibit any signs of vulnerability.
But Saweetie feels open and willing to be vulnerable on her new project and upcoming album. She claims that a lot of her current music is "simply honest." "I believe that my sensitivity has helped my music mature. I've been able to access that area of my mind and heart.
Although Sweetie doesn't yet have set release dates, Pretty Bitch Music is likely to arrive later this year, and The Single Life is anticipated to arrive before that. PBM will be arriving, Saweetie adds. "I haven't popped her out; she's still inside the womb. I appreciate the patience shown by my admirers in waiting. One year has passed. It has been some while. I've been continuously recording for a year now.
Order a bottle of Saweetie's Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey on ReserveBar in the interim. She says, "It's delicious, just like me.