M To The B
She also appeared in a short documentary with Channel 4 last year, where she spoke about leaving grime behind to go into mainstream music. The documentary is six minutes long and starts with Sophie sitting down with her family and discussing the old videos.
M to the B
The world was permanently changed for the worse in December 2016 when the latest in an ongoing series of diss tracks was dropped by Millie B, a Blackpool grime artist taking aim at another star at the time by the name of Sophie Aspin.
At the time, the rappers were heavily covered and mocked by a range of YouTubers, most notably WillNE who made various videos commentating on the rappers. He has since credited a lot of his popularity on the platform to covering Blackpool BG Media rappers.
A whole four years on from the original videos dropping on YouTube, audio from the infamous Millie B video started to crop up on TikTok. The most obvious example that brought a new lease of virality to the clip came when user @bellapoarch uploaded a cutesy lipsync video of the audio where she used the face zoom filter to give the video a weird tracking kind of style:
The most-liked video on TikTok, with over 61 million likes, was uploaded by Bella Poarch and features her lip-syncing and bobbing her head to the song "Sophie Aspin Send" (also known as "M to the B") by Millie B.
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She's the girl spoken about in the infamous song M to the B and recently responded to it going viral once again as she said: "Can someone please tell all these Americans what's going on? They're doing all this, 'M to the B, M to the B' and they're following a B, it's not f****** about a B. It's about me!"
She wrote: "Well my 2022 was no doubt the best year of my entire life so far. A rollercoaster of a year is an understatement and I'm coming out of it the happiest I've ever been. I never thought I'd be ending the year in our own home, engaged and with our little girl. Forever Grateful."
In a recent H3 Podcast interview, Bella revealed that it took her two hours to perfect, with about a hundred drafts before settling on the now-iconic clip. She said upon the first day of posting, she got one million likes but believed it will slow down eventually, but it did not as the video is still gaining likes and views to this day.
Following her success in doing lip-synching videos, she slowly incorporates her love for music in her posts, where she sings, plays the ukulele and more. After all, music is her first love, according to her H3 interview.
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M to the B refers to viral TikTok video of Bella Poarch lip-syncing and making a variety of facial expressions to UK grime rapper Millie B's 2016 Sophie Aspin diss track. The audio clip of Millie B rapping went viral on TikTok in late August 2020 in videos typically mimicking or parodying Poarch's video.
On August 19th, 2020, TikToker stivensonj uploaded a deepfake video of Vladimir Putin mimicking bellaroaches video (shown below, left). The video received over 4.5 million likes in five days. The next day, TikToker bebiisan uploaded a video calling for viewers to leave @bellapoarch alone after she had received negative comments for her video (shown below, center). The next day, TikToker itsjustaba uploaded another variation inspired by bellapoarch that accumulated over 3.5 million likes in three days (shown below, right).
Sometime around August 2020, a makeup trend set to "Gentleman" by British rapper SL became popular on TikTok. The trend has participants show themselves under a variation on the caption, "'You don't look British'" followed by a cut to themselves in stereotypical British makeup or an outfit. A compilation of the trend was posted by YouTuber simp.Tiktok on August 30th, 2020, garnering over 197,000 views in three years (shown below).
On April 10th, 2022, TikToker @dominiqueallison posted a video set to an original sound for "M to the B" where she uses a similar caption then does her makeup to look like a stereotypical British chav, garnering over 22.4 million views in nine months (shown below). In a comment, she writes, "bringing this trend back LMAO." The trend became notably popular throughout 2022 leading into January 2023.
TikTok transcends international borders like almost no other social media app can. Its algorithm takes your For You Page on a trip around the world and makes stops along the way to check out new viral videos and sounds. This is great for all creators but especially for musicians. After all, TikTok is where many people discover new music, according to Music Business Worldwide. For instance, Nigerian artist CKay had his song "Love Nwantiti" rack up more than 3.8 million views on the app. Other artists like Doja Cat have become fixtures on Spotify's charts after TikTok got their music out there.
Craig Richard is a professor of biopharmaceutical sciences at Shenandoah University who has studied ASMR, another notoriously satisfying internet phenomenon. These videos are different in that ASMR is more about relaxation, and this sort of face-dancing thing creates more of a joyful sensation. But he thinks there are certain factors at play.
"These videos are using a new camera effect that keeps the head centered for the viewer. Dopamine is strongly released during positive moments of novelty, which keeps us focused and intrigued," he said.
Poarch, who did not respond to BuzzFeed's request for comment, has been under fire for past social media posts and an offensive tattoo that have clouded her rise to fame, but the source of that fame is more clear-cut.
Tiktok Challenges are a good opportunity to get new followers. By joining a trend, you can benefit from the general interest. I have introduced you to a few of the past Tiktok challenges and gives you tips on participating.
To use the Face Zoom filter on TikTok, Tap on the effect icon below and open with TikTok. You will be redirected to the effect page where you can see the popular videos with this effect.
If you don't know me I'm M to the BComing in hard, you better watch it SophieYou think you're the only girl doing grimeM to the B says, Step in lineComing in hard with my barsSophie Aspin is about to get parredRead your bars off your iPhone 4I don't do that shit, I do it hardcoreGot murked by Little TNow you're gettin' murked by meYou shagged bare lads, you're a little sketHave you heard your bars? They're fucking pepFucking pep, yeah, that's what they areNow listen carefully to my sick barsThey scream my name like, "Yar, yar, yar"Sophie, yeah, you're a little whore
Looking at your face, what the fuck's your contour?Do you want me to lend you a blender?I'm being serious, I'm not trying to offend youSophie, yeah, you should stick to singing'Cause when you spit, my ears are ringingHow can you shag bare lads?Is your fanny not stinging?I bet your fanny's fucking mingingSort out your manky Scouse browM to the B is coming at you with a rowYou're enough to turn all lads campYou know that 'cause you're a fucking trampRepping around in your shit clothes
Like Josh said, what the fuck's that pose?Saying shit about people's mums, that's tightSophie Aspin, do you want me a fight?Bet your blowies are fucking shiteFuckin' shite, that's what I saidAll the boys say you give shit headThat's what I said so what you gonna do?All the things you spit about aren't even trueSophie Aspin, little ratI bet you're riddled and probs got the clapSoph, yeah, you can't murk meYou're a slag, riddled with STDsFuck that shit, couldn't be arsed being youYou're an animal, you belong in a zooI'm sending for you so what're you gonna do?You bounce on next man's dick like a kangaroo, like a kangarooSo, Soph, where do we go from here?If I send back, I'll throw you off the pierI'm sending for you with no fearSo come on Soph, what's the best you can give?
Your bars are shit so you may as well quitYou may as well quit 'cause your bars are shitYour bars are fake and my bars are realIs it true you got bummed on a field?You think you're a chav with your string jacketTurn Sophie Aspin off, what a fucking racketWhat a fucking racketWe all know, the best MCIt's M to the B, it's M to the BIt's M M M M M to the BIt's M to the B, it's M to the BBang
But the centre of all this chaos was a pair of teenage girls sending for each other in diss track after diss track. Sophie Aspin and Millie B: the Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth Tudor of the Blackpool grime scene.
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