"Bitch" burst Meredith Brooks onto the music scene in 1997. It was the lead single from her debut album, Blurring the Edges. 

"Bitch" also had a censored version called "Nothing In Between."

"Bitch" peaked at #2 on the Billboard charts for four weeks. It just could not beat "I'll Be Missing You" by Puff Daddy, Faith Evans, and 112.

The song is commonly, but mistakenly attributed to Alanis Morrisette.

Meredith Brooks earned a Grammy nomination for the song, however, she did not win.

Meredith Brooks was also part of the Lillith Fair concert tour in 1997 and 1998.