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Bags in the coupe, blow up the roof. Rap fairy tale and Bronx bomber Cardi B has just shared "Money", her first single since the release of her April debut album Invasion of Privacy ["Money"presentsitsthemefrontandcenterCardiholdsthealmightydollarhigherthananyotheractivityinlifeforherandherbabyKulturewhomshegreetedlastsummerwithherhusbandandfellowrapper
"Sweet as a honey bun, like a Tommy gun / Rollie spitting one out of one, come get your mom something," she spits in the second verse. "Cardi on top, b **** / Kiss the ring and kick rocks, sis. "
It is good to say that Cardi B comes back to money, but in reality she never left. After welcoming her first-born in July, Cardi's name appeared twice on the Billboard Hot 100, and she has remained in public. Cardi's song "I Like It" starring J Balvin and Bad Bunny ranked # 1 in the Hot 100 on July 7, and Maroon 5's "Girls Like You" (with Cardi) finished in first on September 24. 19659008] Cardi's immaculately orchestrated rise , who first attracted attention with the breakout single "Bodak Yellow" in 2017 and ran full steam ahead with their debut album in April, has remained a hot topic in hip-hop circles since 2018. And while "Bodak Yellow" earned the actor two Grammy nominations for the year 2018, according to the rules of the Recording Academy they are eluding their candidacy to compete in the "Best New Artist" category at the 2019 Awards. Although Money does not end up on the charts like its previous singles, it reminds listeners that Cardi remains consistent enough to garner awards in other Grammy categories.