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Bags in the coupe, coming off the roof. The fairy tale Rap and the Bronx bomber, Cardi B, have just shared "Money", their first single since the release of their debut album, April & # 39; s. Invasion of privacy.
"Money" puts your subject in front and center. Cardi holds the almighty dollar higher than all the other activities of life for her and her baby, Kulture, whom she welcomed with her husband and fellow rapper Offset last summer.
"Sweet as a honey bun, spit out like a Tommy / Rollie pistol, one by one, come get your mom," she spits out in the second verse. "Cardi on the tip, b **** / Kiss the ring and kick rocks, sis".
It is fair to say that Cardi B returns to money, but in reality, she never left. After welcoming his first-born in July, Cardi's name appeared on top of the Billboard Hot 100 times this summer, and has remained in the public eye. Cardi's song "I Like It", with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, was number 1 on the Hot 100 on July 7, and "Girls Like You" on Maroon 5 (which features Cardi) reached number 1 on the 24th of September.
The impeccable orchestrated increase of Cardi, which caught the attention for the first time in 2017 with the single "Bodak Yellow" and was launched at full speed with his debut album in April, is still a topic of discussion in hip-hop circles throughout 2018. And meanwhile "Bodak Yellow" awarded the artist two Grammy nominations for 2018, according to the Recording Academy's rule, those awards disqualify her to compete in the category of Best New Artist in the awards of 2019. Even if "Money" does not rise in the charts as its previous singles, remind listeners that Cardi remains consistent enough to justify praise in other Grammy categories.