Cardi B took her back to the Bronx.
After collaborating with Summer Walker, the Grammy-winning rapper connected with Kay Flock on the drill star’s new single “Shake It“, featuring Dougie B and Bory300, and they appeared in the music video together Cardi represents Boogie Down Bronx in the drill anthem exemplizing Akon’s 2005 hit “Bananza (Belly Dancer).”
“I’m not one step up, bitch, I’m a stomper / All my opps are mixed with grabba / The broken bitch said she’d touch me / She’s lying, she’s right matata,” Bardi raps on the rhythm produced by Elias Beats.
Cardi also appears in the video, which was filmed in the City Island neighborhood and includes a cameo from drill rapper B-Lovee. She rocks red paisley hair while mobbing with the Bronx crew during their celebratory night out.
This was the latest collaboration for Cardi, who last appeared in Summer Walker’s “No Love (Extended Version).” She continues to produce her sophomore album, which will be released later this year.
Earlier today, she finally revealed the name of herself and Offset’s son Wave Set Cephus and shared the first photos of the 7-month-old baby. Last year, Kay Flock released her first project, The D.O.A. Tape, which spared G Herbo-backed “Being Honest (Remix)” and “Is Ya Ready.”
Cardi B & Offset On The Cover of Essence
Cardi B and Offset got married in September 2017. The couple had two children.
Offset also has three children from previous relationships. 12-year-old Jordan Cephus, 7-year-old Kody Cephus and 7-year-old Kalea Marie Cephus join their fathers and stepmothers Kulture and Wave for their Essence cover. The couple cares very much about all the children. This is an admirable behavior.
Offset made some statements in the magazine. He talked about being a father of five and how his wife accepted all the children.
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