Saweetie is gearing up for the release of her debut album Pretty B*tch Music with a video that proves just why she's the "queen of content."

The "Icy" rapper has had the internet in a chokehold, whether it's her ICY University Youtube series, her controversial Birkin comments, or her creative food combinations. And with her latest music video, Saweetie is sure to have the internet talking once more. "Fast (Motion)," a single from her upcoming album, just dropped and it's filled to the brim with Easter eggs.

The fast-paced clip sees Saweetie flex her competitive muscle going from racing herself in track to sky-diving, playing soccer, and even out-dribbling WNBA player A’Ja Wilson.

There's one resounding message the James Larese-directed visual puts across: Saweetie can't be beat. To do this, the video doles out pop culture references. At one point she's an unstoppable striker on the soccer field in an iced-out Argentina kit – seemingly a nod to legend Diego Maradona. Then she's glamorously race-car driving through the city at night à la Tokyo Drift. When she's chasing her NFL ambitions the football field explodes as it did in that iconic scene in The Dark Knight Rises.

There are almost too many golden moments to count here – not to mention the countless ad placements in the video, including Jack Daniels, Brandon Blackwood, Mielle, and Triller. From what we can judge from the "Fast (Motion)" video, Saweetie is getting her bag regardless and she's not taking her foot off the gas. So get with the icy agenda and watch the video below.

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