Maybe you already stopped Beyoncé when she appeared on the debut album of Cardi B on April 6, but it just was not so. But Queen Bey was different because Cardi B's lyrics on Beyoncé on Invasion of Privacy are abundant. Unlike many celebrities, Cardi B is down to earth and does not hide her excitement about life and her racing career. The "Bodak Yellow" rappers succeed in identifying themselves with their massive success. And just like the rest of the world, Cardi B is a fan of Beyoncé and she is not ashamed to make that incredibly clear as Beyoncé is mentioned several times on Cardi B's album. And Twitter is happy about the shoutouts.
In addition to Beyoncé, iHeartRadio noted that there are numerous references to other celebrities in Invasion of Privacy . But Cardi B raps especially about a bunch of musicians, like Tina Turner on "Drip" feat. Migos, TLC on "be careful" and Rihanna on "you bad." So Beyoncé is one of the pioneering artists. And it seems that Beyoncé received the most shoutouts since there were four references during the 1
Before invasion of privacy was published, Billboard reported that there were rumors of a Beyoncé and Cardi B collaboration. And although Cardi B 2017 was new to the music charts, that would not have been shocking as it combined Beyonce's record of four top 10 hits in the R & B / hip-hop charts. As Billboard reported, these are the only two female artists who can claim that claim – and that's what happened to Beyoncé in the music industry after almost 20 years, when her album 2016 Lemonade came out.
One day Beyoncé could lend her talents to one of Cardi B's songs. And based on these four references to Invasion of Privacy Cardi B would be more than happy to work with Bey.
"Pep Talk from Yonce"
Technically, the first direct reference to Queen Bey on The album is by Chance the Rapper on the song "Best Life". He sings: "Reach like & # 39; Bron James, a stirring conversation by Yoncé," which could be a clue when Beyoncé crashed Chance the Rapper's interview at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.
"I took pictures with Beyoncé"
The refrain of "Best Life" is "I live my best life" – and as if you did not know that, living with Beyoncé helps people to live with it lead the best life. "I took pictures with Beyoncé, I met Mama Knowles," Cardi B raps the song. This is probably an indication when Cardi B took a photo with Beyoncé at the Made in America JAY-Z Philadelphia festival in May 2017, which the rapper told on Instagram. And although it was not documented on social media, Entertainment Tonight reported that Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles, was also at the festival, so Cardi B. may have met her.
"You look like Beyoncé"
Beyoncé is raised to chorus status on "Money Bag": "These pretty twins make you look like Beyoncé." And a fan on Twitter suggested that Beyoncé will record this Cardi B song in a dance break during the upcoming On The Run II tour.
"Beyoncé On My Stereo"
On the penultimate track of Invasion of Privacy […] "Through Your Phone," Cardi B covers fraud and heartbreak. "Beyoncé on my stereo" Groll on Repetition, "she raps, which is an allusion to Bey's 2006 song from B & # 39; Day .
Whether because of all the Beyoncé references or because of Cardi B's talent, fans of Twitter have Invasion of Privacy compared with the Lemonade great performance for Cardi. While Beyoncé did not appear on the album, Cardi B incorporated the Queen in her own way. And if both women perform at Coachella in 2018, who knows? Cooperation between them could only be on the horizon.
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