“Cash Me Ousside” Girl Danielle Bregoli Hits the Studio With Some of Eminem’s Producers
For better or worse, the saga of “Cash me ousside” girl Danielle Bregoli continues. This time, the ascendant viral sensation has taken her talents to the studio with a couple of renowned music producers.
TMZ reports Bregoli linked up with producers Mark Batson and Che Pope this past weekend after being contacted by a few record labels. Apparently, she was just searching for some advice, but ended up getting a free piano lesson from Batson, who's produced for Eminem for years and worked with the likes of Alicia Keys, Beyonce, Dr. Dre and Jay Z. Pope worked with Em on songs like "Encore (Curtains)" and "Mockingbird" and used to serve as the president of Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music label. He's also produced for Lauryn Hill, Indie Arie and Hov.
There's no word on how real Bregoli's interest in music is, and even murkier is whether or not she could forge a musical career off the strength of her viral fame.
Bregoli's feisty personality and outright rudeness have earned her plenty of Internet admirers, and she's apparently been making bank over the last several months. Despite her success, more than a few people have a problem with her antics, and ScHoolboy Q is one of them. In a recent interview, the Top Dawg Entertainment artist offered up some game to the continually rising viral star.
“Check this out Cash Me Ousside,” Q said in an interview on Power 106's The Cruz Show. “I would tell you congratulations on everything you got going, but you ain’t got nothing going. You got a little six minutes time. I don’t care if you 15, 14, 16, it’s over for you. This is going to get old real soon. So guess what? When it all comes down nigga gonna be like, you are not in the right mind you need to be in. So Ima let you know right now. Remember this. It’s not gonna always be there for you like you think it is. It’s gonna come to a stale moment. So, what I need you to do is get your life together.”
ScHoolboy might have a point, but if Bregoli can parlay her viral stardom into a musical career, maybe she'll avoid the fate he describes above. You can check out Bregoli's free piano lesson below.
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