Saucy Santana drops new single

New single & video available now

Rapper and hitmaker Saucy Santana shares his latest single, “1-800-Bad-Bxtch,” out now via RCA Records.

The playful single follows a run of hits from Santana, including last year’s summer anthem “Booty” featuring Latto, “I’m Too Much,” and “Bop Bop.” Opening with a phone call from Santana, the catchy single has all the rapper’s quintessential elements – an undeniable hook, clever lyricism, and twerk-worthy production.

Between supporting tours for Latto and Lizzo, collaborating with Madonna on a remix of “Material Girl,” and a series of breakout performances for the MTV VMAs Pre-Show, BET Awards Pre-Show, and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 2022 belonged to Saucy Santana. He graced the covers of Teen Vogue, PAPER, and V Magazine, in addition to being selected as XXL 2022 Freshman Class member, as well as earning spots on Forbes’ 30 Under 30, the Out 100 list, and Ebony’s Power 100 list.

This year sees Santana continuing his takeover in full force, with new music to come and festival performances at Something In The Water Festival in Virginia Beach, Roots Picnic in Philadelphia, Broccoli City Festival in DC, and more.

Santana is a vibrant artist with a bold personality from Perry, Florida. Santana’s first-ever song, “Walk Em Like A Dog,” was a viral hit with tens of millions of streams. In January 2020, he released his first mixtape, Imma Celebrity, which contained the standout track “Material Girl,” which has charted on Spotify and surged on TikTok with millions of video creates. In July 2020, Santana released Pretty Little Gangsta, featuring “Up & Down” with Latto. Santana’s 2020 single “Walk” went viral in 2021 through YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok after being highlighted in the popular multi-platform #WalkChallenge.

In 2022, Saucy Santana signed with RCA Records and released his major label debut single “Booty” featuring Latto in June.

Buddy Iahn
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