Doechii has officially released her new EP titled ‘She/Her/Black B*tch.’ After the success of her last EP “Oh the Places You’ll Go” back in 2020, fans have been eager to hear what’s next from the Tampa rapper.
Since then, Doechii struck a deal with Top Dawg Entertainment where she released the much-loved singles “Persuasive” and “Crazy,” along with recently making it on the cover of XXL’s 2022 freshman class, so fans expected something new was coming.
After releasing “Bitch I’m Nice” along with the “Persuasive” Remix featuring SZA, Doechii officially announced on August 1st that this EP was ready and on the way. She also took the time to explain how the name came about stating,
“All my life whenever I was in a position of power or leadership somebody called me a black bitch so I decided to reclaim it and I decided to title my EP she/her/black bitch.”
The first track titled “Swamp Bitches” featuring Rico Nasty can easily be the best one considering the chemistry between the two along with their contagious energy throughout the track. “Bitch I’m Nice” is to follow and definitely sounds more complete when you hear it within the EP.
She switches up the sound with the next two tracks “Bitches Be” featuring Jst Ray & “This Bitch Matters” which both embody a more chill and personal sound, then closes it off with the “Persuasive” Remix.
What I love about this project is there is something for everybody and every mood, which is a common theme throughout her work. It not only introduces all the aspects of her but also leaves so much potential for the listener to connect with her and how she was feeling on each track.
You have club hits like “Bitch I’m Nice” to more laid-back sounds like “Bitches Be.” What could’ve made this EP perfect was adding more depth to the song “Bitch I’m Nice,” as well as one of my favorites “This Bitch Matters.” “Crazy” also would’ve been a perfect fit on this EP for a more complete sound.
Overall, what Doechii continues to prove throughout her work is her variety and authenticity. The title of this EP couldn’t be more fitting because this project screams Doechii and everything she represents.