You Can’t Contact BIA

You Can’t Contact BIA: Multi-platinum promoting artist BIA is celebrating New 12 months through freeing a brand new Rehab remix of her much-loved “Can’t Contact This” unmarried.

“No stylist, I don’t do repeats (frrt), I were given cash, complain, I’m knee-deep (money), All hunnids, drippin’ in CC (sheesh), Would possibly pop that pussy like FreakNik (FreakNik),” she raps, all pomp and swagger. This time, then again, we get Rehab’s lush trance backdrop. All of it works slightly neatly.

“Multi-Platinum Recording Artist BIA is understood for tune that possesses each biting wit and boldly unique swag that stems from BIA’s years touring during the Boston rap scene, later shifting over to Miami, Los Angeles, after which taking on the arena,” reads the clicking unencumber. “With each mixtape, collaboration, and visitor look, BIA has simplest amplified her achieve. She ruled 2020 with a recent new point of view: she inked a maintain Epic Information, dropped the hard-hitting ‘Loose BIA (1st Day Out)’ and the intoxicating ‘COVERGIRL,’ in addition to dove additional into the trend global with a characteristic in Just right American’s Spring 2020 marketing campaign and Missguided x Sean John Fall 2020 tablet assortment.”

You Can’t Contact BIA: BIA’s “Can’t Contact This” Rehab Remix is out now, as is the For Sure album.


BIA press bio:

“BIA not too long ago dropped her For Sure Deluxe EP, armed with the hit unmarried “Complete Lotta Cash”—a music with a central message that limitless foreign money can also be each psychological and bodily. The unique EP reached the Best 10 of Billboard’s Heatseekers Album Charts, and “Complete Lotta Cash” was an plain power, due partially to its steady viral luck on TikTok. The observe has jumped proper off the platform and into streaming stardom, marking its territory within the Spotify Viral 50 Chart in addition to the World Spotify Charts and incomes her a nomination for “Best possible Leap forward Tune” on the 2021 MTV VMAs. As well as, BIA’s reimagined model of her hit music “Skate” used to be featured within the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs tune-in promos on NHLNetwork, NBC and NBCSN within the U.S., Sportsnet and TVA Sports activities in Canada, and around the NHL’s social and virtual platforms.”

Updated: January 6, 2022 — 4:38 pm