Today, following the December release of her pop single “Simple Life,” first-generation Iranian-American artist Lexy Panterra has released her empowered female focused single, “Bad Bitch;” now available on all digital streaming platforms. This ‘woman’s- first’ anthem is a catchy rap/hip-hop track that promotes being your authentic self; equating it to being a “bad bitch.” On the revitalizing single, Panterra finds herself reminding the world that we all are confident and should be proud of ourselves.



The accompanying music video includes a diverse array of women celebrating what makes them confident and beautiful. The creative use of ethnic diversity is eye-catching as she highlights women of different races and ethnicities, including women in hijabs in various states of dress and undress, supporting her ongoing attention to amplifying her own background and cultural values. The repetitive lyrics “I’m a bad bitch” reinforce the mantra-like message that aims to inspire her fans to be their most confident version of themselves without needing anyone’s validation. The visual narrative gathers her friends to learn the steps she’s taken to become the “bad bitch” we know Lexy to be, and pushes them to take charge and be the freest, most independent versions of themselves.

“I’ve been experimenting with music for a long time and I love all kinds of genres. With the last single, “Simple Life”, I really wanted to touch on the simple things in life. With this new single, I really wanted to concentrate on women empowerment and what makes us strong and unique. We made it pop with the music video with all my girls and I hope all the fans really enjoy this,” said Panterra.

Just last month, her bop “Simple Life” was released to high praise, showcasing Panterra as a pop songwriter with her uncompromisingly blunt lyrics and remarkable vocal range that share her visions of a simpler life. Lyrics like ‘top down on the weekend, drive around with no reason’ coupled with the catchy chorus alludes to the finer things in life that are found in simpler pleasures. The pop singer is not afraid to share what she is looking for and unapologetically presents what you’re missing out on in a mesmerizing, accompanied music video. Reminiscent to Doja Cat’s “Juicy,” with its sweet melodies and unique word play, “Simple Life” brings a new rhythm to a redefined artist for 2023.

In 2019, she spent 9 weeks on the Billboard charts with HARBER for their “More Than You” collaboration. Panterra released her EP “A Gemini Valentine” in January 2020, which was followed by a West Coast tour with DaniLeigh. Lexy’s music shows her versatility as a true musician, including a mix of hits from ‘Virgin Lex,’ Lexy’s fun and care-free alter ego, who is responsible for the more upbeat, fun, hip-hop songs, as well as ballads from Panterra herself, displaying her chops as a singer in acoustic form, a side not enough people have seen or heard from her yet as an artist.

Most known as a bubbly entertainer with a loyal fan base of over 9 million followers, reaching an impressive 500 million views and 1 billion impressions across her platforms to prove it. As an international artist, Panterra has collaborated with powerhouses Marshmello, and Lil Yachty, to name a few. The artist’s debut EP, “A Gemini Valentine” featured singles “Want Him Now” and “Room” as well as the Mozzy-assisted “My Love.” She also collaborated with the likes of Too $hort (“Pretty Young Savage”), Shaun Frank (“Where Do You Go”) and more.

Outside of music, Panterra is a budding businesswoman and her latest endeavor — Baddie Blunt Rings — signified a “new era” in her career. She’s also the founder of popular fitness company Twerkout and has personally trained celebrities such as Mel B, Snoop Dogg, Christina Millian, Karrueche Tran, Tamera Mowry, Adrienne Bailon, Bella Thorne, Bhad Bhabie and many more.