Yo Gotti Shares Snippet of a Cardi B Collab - Listen!


Yo Gotti Shares Snippet of a Cardi B Collab - Listen!


The 'Rake It Up' rapper recently went on Instagram Live to tease the track, which begins with a funky bassline before Cardi starts rapping.
While fans of Cardi B are patiently waiting for the release of her debut album, the rapper has treated fans to another collaboration. This time, Cardi has been tapped by Yo Gotti to be featured on his forthcoming single.

Gotti, whose real name is Mario Mims, recently went on Instagram Live to preview a new single that features the raptress. The track begins with a funky bassline before Cardi starts spitting her furious bars. "Say where I'm at? K.O.D/ Where I'm at? I'm at LIV/ What I'm doin'? Poppin' p***y/ Where he at? at the crib," Cardi raps.

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The new collaboration, which doesn't have a title yet, will be a follow-up to Cardi's previous collaboration with Bruno Mars, "Finesse". The swing track, which was released on January 4, debuted at No. 35 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, marking the week's highest new entry.

Meanwhile, the upcoming track will follow Gotti's collaborative track "Rake It Up" with another popular female emcee, Nicki Minaj. The track, which is the lead track off his ninth album "I Still Am", marked the biggest record of his career after it spent more than sixteen weeks on Hot 100 and peaked at No. 8. It also received a platinum certification.

The album itself, which features guest appearances from French Montana, Chris Brown and 21 Savage, debuted at No. 6 on Billboard 200 chart. Talking about his recent success, he shared in an interview, "That's that hustling instinct. You gotta keep reinventing yourself and figuring it out. The game's changing. You've gotta be on top of this s**t."

The Memphis-born rapper also released his "I Still Am" documentary on TIDAL in support of the album. "We speak on a lot of things that we never spoke on before," he said of the documentary. "We show a lot of things we never shown before."


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