Cardi B Reminds Everyone You Don't Want Smoke From Her: "Consider Me An Enemy"
New York rapper Cardi B has no problem unloading her emotions for the 'gram. The hip-hop newcomer has relied on Instagram Live to pour out some must-read frustrations.
Cardi went to IG Live Friday (December 1) and explained why she's more than pissed about who she's loyal to.
Let 'em know, #CardiB!
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(SWIPE UP ABOVE)
Early Friday, Cardi and rap veteran Juicy J released their explicit "Kamasutra" single.
Download that freak nasty shit now! It's called KAMASUTRA @juicyj ft Me !!......WARNING !! This song is really nasty .Dont listen to If your mom in the car
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@_mofaces presents @juicyj & @iamcardib 1st single off the MOFACES COMPILATION prod by @resourcedavinci & @mikewillmadeit Dropping 12 Midnight LINK IN BIO
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The explicit banger is reportedly off an upcoming compilation album.
If the hook of their latest release is any indication, both Cardi B and Juicy J are hoping to have sex all night. Named "Kamasutra," the track is the first single of an upcoming Mo Faces compilation album. The track also includes a short sampling of Three 6 Mafia's iconic "Slob on my Knob," bed creaks a la "Bad" by Wale and is produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and Resource. (The FADER)
Recently, Cardi put out a public service announcement to people hating on rap newcomers like herself.
"You know what I hate about people? Like, they always wanna talk about how hip-hop is dead, that these new artists, this new generation of artists is f*cking up hip-hop and how they want hip-hop to be back how it used to be. But it's like, these new artists, alright, but you guys, you guys are a big part of it. You know, if you really love these rappers and if you really want hip-hop to be back to how it used to be, then why don't you make those rappers that you like hot? You know, you make the artists, you make the, you make these people get their songs played on the radio because they get a lot of streams and a lot of sales first and then they hit the radio. So stop fronting on how you hate this new hip-hop, how you hate mumble rap, how you hate this, how you hate that. You love it. You love it." (Instagram)
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