I will definitely be twerking on someone’s son to this all summer 19, okay!
I want Cardi B to win. But let's be clear- one hit wonders still exist but I do wish her the best.
Cardi B‘s engineer, Michael Ashby, has teased what appears to be a Beyoncé feature for Cardi’s upcoming album.
Known for mixing Cardi’s vocals on her hit “Bodak Yellow,” Ashby uploaded a series of videos on Instagram stories showing Cardi in his studio, putting in some late night work presumably on her next album, a project originally slated to drop some time in October 2017.
One of the videos capture a song labeled “Cardi B and Beyoncé demo wet.” In the understatement of the month, Ashby wrote on the video, “Wow this feature is big.”
Cardi and Beyoncé haven’t worked on music together before, but they did meet at the Made in America festival in Philadelphia in September.
Check out the video below. Via @thebeyhiveteam
I really hate how the internet does Meek Mill. I totally get that Drake is the people's champ and honestly, I listen to Drake a lot more than Meek but as a rapper, I dig Meek Mill. Once your ghostwriter is exposed, you lose all credibility as a lyricist. I mean is the six a real place? Who are Drake's real woes? And who is Quinten Miller writing for now? And he should stick to writing cause he's definitely a better writer than rapper.
I don't care what young people say, being a rapper who writes his own raps still means something.
Meek is gearing up to release his new album, Wins & Losses and he is putting out some joints. Within the last two weeks, the Philly MC dropped his three-track Meekend Music project on his 30th birthday, plus two music videos for "Litty" and "Left Hollywood." He then released "Glow Up" which is my jam. Meek's flow is infectious on the track. "Glow Up" is for running on the treadmill and turning up.
Fave lyric: "They all cornballs, they can't stand me. "
As if "Glow Up" wasn't my jam, on the 1st, Meek released "Whatever You Need" featuring Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign. It's a hood take on Tony! Toni! Tone!'s "Whatever You Want" and since I'm part bird, I love a hood love song. Again, Meek's flow is infectious and it's a chill jam for summer night cruising with bae.
"Her last nigga, he was bluffin', she said, "F*ck him"
He let that go, I'm like, "He buggin'," now she thuggin' with a real one.
I've been ballin' on you 'cause you smart and loyal
All my homies know me best, they say I'm fallin' for you."
Internet, can we please chill with the all the Meek slander? He puts out some dope jawns. The Drake & Meek Mill beef was so two years ago. It's time to more on and glow up.