PTAF (acronym of Pretty and Taking All Fades) was a hip hop crunk girl group from Los Angeles. The current members are Kandi, K'Duce, and Alizé. They are most known for their viral song "Boss Ass Bitch", which garnered the attention of the public and scored them a record deal with Capitol Records in January 2014. In Mid 2015 PTAF was dropped from Capitol records after failing on success for a second single. In 2017 the group announced via social media that the group was over and that they would pursue solo careers but still remain friends. PTAF came together at Crenshaw Charter. The song was released May 9, 2012 accompanied by a music video. The music video was filmed in front of a silver gate at the school SEA Crenshaw. On 29 March 2014, PTAF joined Vevo and released a more updated music video. Originally the girls were going to say, "I don't like that bitch" repetitively but used "boss" to promote female empowerment. The song gained popularity when used virally by users on the video site Vine.PTAF signed with Capitol Records around the time that Nicki Minaj released an unauthorized remix of "Boss Ass Bitch". Some press outlets reported that Minaj's mix drew Capitol's attention to the group, while others related that Capitol was already interested in the group at the time Minaj's remix was released. After "Boss Ass Bitch" was placed in the movie The Bronze, the group was contacted by actress Melissa Rauch to collaborate an original song for the film, which yielded the track "Fuck That".