BEST ON EARTH SINGLE WITH RUSS HITS #46 ON BILLBOARD HOT 100
After generating half-a-billion streams and earning acclaim from Wonderland Magazine, Billboard, and more, BIA is back with a brand new single and music video entitled “Free BIA (1st Day Out)”. This marks her first release for EPIC Records.
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The gold-certified Boston-born and Los Angeles-based rapper returns with brash and blunt bars on this two-minute banger. Rapping breathlessly, she bodies ominous production highlighted by a skittering beat, cash register “ca-ching,.” Playing out like an action movie, the high-octane music video depicts her escape from a maximum security facility. Fittingly, it culminates on her infiltration back into the game.
“Free BIA (1st Day Out)” represents the start of her next chapter as it heralds the arrival of her brand new forthcoming EP.
Spitting with agile aggression, dropping clever observations, and pouncing like a panther on every beat, BIA rips through rap with a feral intensity. She uncovered this beast inside.
Following her breakout mixtape #CHOLASEASON, she joined J Balvin, Pharrell Williams, and Sky on the international banger “Safari” in 2016. Between solo singles like “Whip It” and “Gucci Comin’ Home,” she hit the road on blockbuster tours with Ariana Grande, Pusha T, and J Balvin in addition to gracing the stages of Coachella, SXSW, AC3, and Revolt Music Summit. 2019 saw her make waves with the Nice Girls Finish Last: Cuidado EP powered by “YAKWTFGO” [feat. Kali Uchis] and “VIBES ON ME” [feat. Kodak Black]. Chantal Jeffries tapped her for “Facts” alongside YG and Rich The Kid as Sam Spiegel enlisted her to soundtrack a Chanel campaign, which aired during the GRAMMY® Awards broadcast. Closing out the year, she teamed up with Russ for “Best On Earth.” Not only did the song achieve a gold certification and reach #46 on the Billboard Hot 100, but Rihanna also posted a video with “Best On Earth” playing in the background and declared it, “my new fav song.” Now, BIA ignites her new chapter with Epic by dropping the bold declaration “Free BIA (1st Day Out).”