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Bella Poarch “Build a B*tch” Music Video reaches 100+ Million Views since release

Bella Poarch’s title single, “Build A B*tch” debuts with more than 10 million views in its first 24-hour release.

But, the Filipino-American media sweetheart Bella Poarch continues to destroy records and make a name for herself in the music industry.

As a matter of fact, the music video has reached 100+ Million views since its premiere on May 14th, 2021, with 5 million likes. It’s also the top 1 trending for music on YouTube.

“Build a B*tch” is a dark-themed-pop single and is about self-acceptance of flaws, imperfections, and being who you indeed are.

For her debut single, Bella Poarch collabs with well-known producer and songwriter Sub Urban.

What’s the inspiration behind the title track?

Poarch shares that it is a reflection of the extensive bouts of perusals she receives online.

She divulges that:

“‘Build a B*tch’ is about accepting yourself for who you are instead of listening to other people’s ideas of what you should do or how you should look.”

“I hope it helps people feel more confident and good about themselves, and also reminds them not to judge anyone else,” from her press conference.

As from her song’s lyrics, it indeed hits the message.

“This ain’t Build a Bitch (A bitch)
I’m filled with flaws and attitude
So if you need perfect, I’m not built for you.”

Aside from the exciting music video’s concept, fans will see feature appearances from Poarch’s fellow social media favorites, ZHC, Larray, Valkyrae, Bretman Rock, and many more!

Bella Poarch is signed with Warner Music and followers can expect to release new music in the near future.

Watch the music video: https://www.featured.tv/watch/QktAbhvZbOUxGRa

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