It’s a vibrant, strong anthem which sees Reifer singing over a refrain of “That b**ch f**kin’ with your bag.” Based on the fact that she’s singing about not needing handouts from men, doing things her own way, etc, we think that the “bag” in question is money.
The release coincides with her signing to Republic Records, after she reached one million streams last year with the “Rich Bitch Juice” track.
“I am very humbled and honored to be welcomed into the Republic Records family by Monte and Avery Lipman, Wendy Goldstein and Sam Taylor. This is my true dream coming to fruition after so many years of hard work and dedication. I am excited for the world to hear all of my music, and there’s no better way to kick off our partnership than with my first single ‘Bag,’ said Amanda Reifer on her signing and single release, in a press release.
Amanda Reifer Drops Her Bag: Amanda Reifer’s “Bag” is out now.
Amanda Reifer press bio:
“Music moves like colors, swirling in and out of different shades and styles. Amanda Reiferemerges out of a similar kaleidoscope of pop, R&B, Caribbean, soul, hip-hop, and reggae hues. The Barbados-born singer and songwriter does everything as vibrantly as possible, projecting her voice and presence with power and passion in equal measure. Growing up in the Caribbean, she initially made waves as the frontwoman for Cover Drive. After gaining traction online, the group flourished across the pond in the UK, notching three Top 10 hits in the UK and landing a #1 with ‘Twilight.’ During 2018, she followed her internal creative compass towards a signature solo style of her own. After dropping her solo debut ‘Girl Like Me,’ she put up numbers with ‘Ransom’ and ‘Bang Bang.’ However, ‘Rich Bitch Juice’ exploded in 2020. As she graced Spotify playlists such as ‘Leo,’ it clocked over 1 million total streams and caught the attention of TITLE 9 who signed her through a partnership with Republic Records. Now, she asserts herself as a dynamic and diverse international disruptor on a series of singles led by ‘Bag’.”