The record is a decree of her presence in the rap game and all it took to get to here. Vette comes in strong, flowing over a hard bass and melodic keys and she is letting us know her success didn’t come without sacrifice. She got it out the mud,
“I was at my lowest and they counted me out…hopped up in the game when a b**** was broke.”
The title feels like a double meaning alluding to her lyrical skills and the weight of success. The video is set in a therapy session as Vette shares some of her darkest moments. The photo reels of lost loved ones, shots of her in the hospital bed and valuable moments before the fame, Vette is showing vulnerability as strength and letting her fans in on this single.
Big Boss Vette is making a lane for herself with unapologetic bars and an undeniable style. The St. Louis rapper knew from the start music is her destiny. As a kid she told everyone, “I want to be a rapper,” and she hasn’t looked back since. Using social media as her sounding board, Vette posted covers on Facebook and YouTube, remixing the likes of Dej Loaf’s “Try Me” garnering millions of views.
The Midwest rapper is keeping her foot on necks and showing no signs of slowing down. With her recent drops, we’re confident Big Boss Vette is next.