Cardi B teams up with Migos for latest single 'Drip': Listen

The new single drops just two days before Cardi B's first debut studio album, 'Invasion of Privacy'. Cardi previously teamed up with Migos for their 2017 track 'MotorSport'.


                            Cardi B teams up with Migos for latest single 'Drip': Listen
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In just two days (April 6), Cardi B will be dropping her debut full-length studio album, 'Invasion of Privacy'. While a tracklist is still curiously unreleased, the up-and-coming rapper has unveiled a number of teaser tracks, including 'Be Careful', 'Bartier Cardi', and of course the mammoth track that made Cardi B a household name last year, 'Bodak Yellow.' 

Now, just shortly after announcing that she'll be joining Jimmy Fallon as the first ever co-host on the Tonight Show, Cardi B has just released a new single, titled 'Drip'. It’s her latest collaboration with Migos, who she previously teamed up with on 'MotorSport' (which also featured Nicki Minaj) from Migos’ 2017 album 'Culture II.' Cardi, of course, is engaged to rapper Offset of the Migos. Drip’ sees both Cardi and Migos hit back at their haters and detractors. Cardi raps on the track: “Sh*t on these hoes / Now look at my wrist on these hoes / Now I look down on these b*tches / I feel like I’m stilts on these hoes”.

 

Listen to 'Drip' by Cardi B ft. Migos below:

 

Following the track’s release, Cardi took to Twitter to address suggestions that she’s now the “fourth member” of Migos.

“I’m not,” Cardi wrote. “Im engaged to Offset and the others are my brothers now we want to help each other to succeed and make money”.



'Invasion of Privacy' follows her pair of mixtapes, 'Gangsta Bitch Music, Vol. 1' and 'Gangsta Bitch Music, Vol. 2', released in March 2016 and January 2017, respectively. Cardi recently dropped her new single ‘Be Careful’, which appears to reference Offset's alleged infidelity. The pair started dating in early 2017, with Offset proposing last October. Recent months have seen rumors of Offset cheating emerge in the tabloid press.

“I wanna get married, like the Curries, Steph and Ayesha shit,” Cardi raps on ‘Be Careful’. “But we more like Belly, Tommy and Keisha shit/Gave you TLC, you wanna creep and shit/Poured out my whole heart to a piece of shit.”

 

On Tuesday (April 3) during an episode of 'Love & Hip-Hop,' Cardi also unveiled an extravagant music video for her 2017 hit, 'Bartier Cardi'. Check out the music video below: