You Can’t Touch BIA: Multi-platinum selling artist BIA is celebrating New Year by releasing a new Rehab remix of her much-loved “Can’t Touch This” single.

“No stylist, I don’t do repeats (frrt), I got money, bitch, I’m knee-deep (cash), All hunnids, drippin’ in CC (sheesh), Might pop that pussy like FreakNik (FreakNik),” she raps, all pomp and swagger. This time, however, we get Rehab’s lush trance backdrop. It all works rather well.

“Multi-Platinum Recording Artist BIA is known for music that possesses both biting wit and boldly authentic swag that stems from BIA’s years traveling through the Boston rap scene, later moving over to Miami, Los Angeles, and then taking over the world,” reads the press release. “With every mixtape, collaboration, and guest appearance, BIA has only amplified her reach. She dominated 2020 with a fresh new perspective: she inked a deal with Epic Records, dropped the hard-hitting ‘Free BIA (1st Day Out)’ and the intoxicating ‘COVERGIRL,’ as well as dove further into the fashion world with a feature in Good American’s Spring 2020 campaign and Missguided x Sean John Fall 2020 capsule collection.”

You Can’t Touch BIA: BIA’s “Can’t Touch This” Rehab Remix is out now, as is the For Certain album.


BIA press bio:

“BIA recently dropped her For Certain Deluxe EP, armed with the hit single “Whole Lotta Money”—a song with a central message that unlimited currency can be both mental and physical. The original EP reached the Top 10 of Billboard’s Heatseekers Album Charts, and “Whole Lotta Money” became an undeniable force, due in part to its continuous viral success on TikTok. The track has jumped right off the platform and into streaming stardom, marking its territory in the Spotify Viral 50 Chart as well as the Global Spotify Charts and earning her a nomination for “Best Breakthrough Song” at the 2021 MTV VMAs. In addition, BIA’s reimagined version of her hit song “Skate” was featured in the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs tune-in promos on NHLNetwork, NBC and NBCSN in the U.S., Sportsnet and TVA Sports in Canada, and across the NHL’s social and digital platforms.”

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