Danielle Bregoli, who went viral in January after appearing on the "Dr. Phil" show, has released a new music video, that has, already, garnered millions of views on YouTube. Danielle, who goes by the name Bhad Bhabie, published her new music video on Thursday. The video is a double single produced by Ronny J of Atlantic Records and features videos for her latest singles “Hi Bich” and “Wachu Know.” Watch Danielle Bregoli’s new singles in the video below.

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Danielle went viral earlier this year after she used the phrase "Catch me outside, how about that?" when she appeared on the television series "Dr.Phil." The phrase was transliterated to "Cash Me Ousside How Bout Dah" and became the subject of viral memes.

That was certainly not what her mother, Barbara Ann, who has since been cashing in on her daughter’s fame, expected as she appeared on the show to discuss her daughter’s horrific and violent behavior. The 14-year-old is reportedly making millions of dollars from public appearances and selling merchandise. Earlier this year, it was reported that the teen purchased a $90k Porsche, which is being driven by her very own security team.


Danielle’s first single "These Heaux" was released on August 26, 2017, debuting at No.2 on Spotify Global Viral 50 chart and No.77 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. At the time of writing, the video has received more than 30 million views on YouTube.

She has also starred in music videos of fellow rappers, including Kodac Black’s “Everything 1k” music video and Mook Boy’s “Juvi.”

It was reported last week that, after her debut music video “These Heaux” raked in over 2 million views within 24 hours and made her the first female rapper to debut on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Danielle has signed a lucrative contract with Atlantic Records.

According to TMZ, the deal is worth millions of dollars. Many music fans and media outlets criticized the New York-based record label, describing it as a cash cow that does not care about real music. The record label boasts many talented artists in the industry, including Coldplay, Kelly Clarkson, Bruno Mars, Charlie Puth, Ed Sheeran, James Blunt, Kodak Black, Wiz Khalifa and Jason Mraz.

Danielle’s father, who broke up with her mother when she was a baby, has also reportedly criticized the move by Atlantic Records, expressing his concern over the fact that his daughter will be spending time with rappers who have been previously charged with criminal offenses.