Detailing its creation with legendary producer Timbaland, Saweetie says that they worked together last year during a bootcamp after spending some time communicating with his team.

"He gave me this 20-year-old, fresh energy and would have made me think that he was a brand new producer who was super talented," she says. "It took me by surprise because normally, when you work with people who've been in the game for a while to kind of be second in their era — but he was just so hip, then just fell on top of what was the hot town. So I'm so grateful for the opportunity because he definitely pushed me to challenge myself. A lot of people say that they cook in the studio," but he was literally cooking in the studio and it felt like that."

Now the song and its lyrics are frequently used across Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok — something that makes her happy because of how it's aging. "I saw it come at a perfect time," she says.

The second song from Pretty Bitch Music is "Best Friends," a track that was previously leaked by Warner Music Records in December, leading her to callout the label. While she's hesitant to speak on the situation, she does detail how the song came about last January with Doja Cat. "I really wanted to do something and release something that empowered my girl best friends,"she says. "I have a lot of dope women in my life and we all felt like we needed a record, And just going back to Destiny's Child, they had so many women-empowered anthem themes."

That's it for now of Pretty Bitch Music, but one thing's for sure: there could be more Timbaland on it. The producer tells PAPER Magazine he loved working with her on her forthcoming album. "She's a great person, and she's very intuitive about her career and her artistry," he says. "We did a lot of songs, so I don't know what songs she's going to put on the album, but I'm excited for it," he continues. "Whatever that body of work is, all the work we've done, I know it's going to be amazing. So I'm just curious to see how she keys her body of work together."

Saweetie was so excited by working with Timbaland for Pretty Bitch Music that she's ready to get back in the studio with him and potentially do even more, crediting her evolution as the spark for making even better music with him. "I think when me and Tim got together, I was trying to figure out who I was as a woman, as an artist," she says. "So I think we experimented a lot and while I think that it was great, I've got a lot to talk about now. "I'm interested in going back and starting from scratch to make even bigger songs with him. What we made sounds great, but I'm really excited to see what we can do now that I have figured out who I am."