Saweetie Joins Calvin Klein and Amazon for 'Icy Season' Holiday Special

Saweetie Joins Calvin Klein and Amazon for 'Icy Season' Holiday Special

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Saweetie Joins Calvin Klein and Amazon for 'Icy Season' Holiday Special

The "Tap In' singer joined forces with the two entities for a fashionable Holiday extravaganza.

The "Tap In' singer joined forces with the two entities for a fashionable Holiday extravaganza.

Text: Matthew Velasco

Rapper and "My Type" singer has teamed with Calvin Klein and Amazon for a 35-minute shopping experience, "Icy Season: A Saweetie Special." Headlined by Saweetie and featuring RuPaul's Drag Race's Symone, the event was broadcasted on Amazon Live and Twitch and included live musical performances, holiday gifting advice, and Q&A sessions.

"Working with Calvin Klein and Amazon to curate my own show was so amazing–it’s unlike anything I’ve ever done,” said Saweetie. “The holidays are super special to me and that’s something I wanted to share with my fans and give them something extra icy."

Saweetie, Symone, and backup dancers, all sported the American label's 'Hero Styles' in the form of jeans and underwear. Viewers were also able to shop a curated selection of Calvin Klein Holiday pieces featured in the special on the shopping platform Amazon Fashion.

Not only sporting Calvin Klein's latest selection, Saweetie also performed her hit songs  “Best Friend” and “Tap In” and also a new track, “Icy Chain.” The rapper also debuted an exclusive track, “Icy Grl (Holiday Edition.)” Keeping the event's Holiday theme in mind, Saweetie featured all new choreography and arrangements that tied into the overarching theme of "Icy Season: A Saweetie Special."

"The show has a lot of firsts–new songs, new dances, and a bunch of surprises that I was so excited to bring to life. I hope everyone has a good time watching it and I want all my fans to feel inspired during the holidays.”

Credits: Images Courtesy of Calvin Klein.

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