Cardi B is a bona fide sensation who has been on the rise for several years. Fans are always interested in what is going on with Cardi B and they keep their eyes on her every move. It seems Cardi recently urged drill rappers to get signed and leave their city.
Kay Flock’s biggest moment is finally here, and Cardi B is making sure she’s living it up for him while he’s in prison. After weeks of teasing fans with footage from the shoot, the Bronx rappers finally released the official music video for “Shake It (Remix)” on Friday. Cardi is seen mobbing out with Dougie B and Bory300, who are also featured on the track in various settings in the Bronx.
It includes the front of a corner shop and an empty lot in the video directed by Jochi Saca and Alex & Tristan Demic. Dougie and Bory commence the track with rapping Kay Flock’s verse, but it’s Cardi B who steals the show with her violent lyrics, letting her opponents know she ain’t to be played with.
You on hots? Bitch, I’m on hots, too/I pull up to your window like drive-thru/Come with shower, bullets, no bridal/Put a tag in your head like a bayou (Bah)/Like, huh? (Like, huh?), like, what? (What?)/None of these bitches is tough/I’m with the sh-ts and it give me a rush.
Shortly after the video’s release, the Bardi Gang boss moved the party to Instagram Live, where she praised the burgeoning Bronx drill scene for carrying the flame that Brooklyn residents like Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign lit. She also offered counsel to the borough’s up-and-comers, advising them to get signed and get out of the hood.
Bronx drill is a little different. Bronx drill is a little bit more aggressive and on some G sh-t. I know it’s a lot of smoke, I know how shit goes, but at the end of the day, do y’all music and get signed and get the f-ck out the Bronx, because it’s only death and indictments out there. Get signed and then get the f-ck out The Bronx. I don’t give a f-ck who you is, who you fck, what sh-t you jacking. Get signed and get the f-ck out. You know why I f-ck with all of y’all? Because y’all getting the Bronx lit! Me and A Boogie, we became mainstream and everything, but you know there’s always a borough that they got shit going on. But right now, the Bronx really getting the sh-t muthaf-cking lit. So shoutout to all y’all little muthaf-cking drill rappers out there.
The “Up” rapper appears to be loving every second of it, especially after receiving backlash for his appearance in the “Shake It (Remix)” video. Some fans thought Cardi had no business teaming up with the Bronx drill rappers, but she had to remind everyone in another IG Live back in March that she’s no stranger to the streets. Check out the videos below.
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