In celebration of the 49ers’ Super Bowl run, Bay Area rappers Saweetie and P-Lo have released “Do It for the Bay.”
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“I’m excited to share our new 49ers single designed to hype up the team and The Faithful for this playoffs run!” Saweetie, a Santa Clara native, said in a statement. “I love that we were able to collaborate and make something that’s so Bay-triotic, as P-Lo would say.”
“Do It for the Bay” is available on streaming platforms such as Spotify [see below], including the 49ers’ official Spotify profile.
The two-minute music video on YouTube features quick cuts of the rappers interspersed with the 49ers in action and fans at Levi’s Stadium.
“Big thanks to the 49ers for their commitment to bridging sports and Bay Area culture,” P-Lo, who was born Paulo Rodriguez in Pinole, said in a statement. “I’ve been wanting to release music with Saweetie and with both of us being die-hard 49ers fans, this a great opportunity to come together and show our pride for the Bay.”