Listen: Cardi B Previews New Single From Sophomore Album

Posted January 6, 2020

Cardi B is readying the highly anticipated follow up to 2018’s ‘Invasion of Privacy‘ and now the Grammy winner is giving fans a taste of what’s to come from the project.

On Monday (Jan. 6) a fan took to Twitter to ask the rapper to “spill some tea” on the upcoming album (tentatively titled ‘Tiger Woods‘), and Cardi obliged. The Billboard chart-topper teased fans with a very brief, 3 second snippet where she raps over a new midtempo beat.

Although there is no definitive release date for the single or album, Cardi has said in recent interviews including her recent Vogue interview, that the album is at the top of her priority list for 2020.

“So it’s scary because it’s like, now you got to top your first album, and then it’s like, damn. I wonder if people are gonna relate to the new things, to the new life, to the new shit that I gotta talk about now”

“Music is changing. I feel like people just wanna hear twerk-twerk music, but it’s like, is that just a phase? I probably need a sexy song. I need a lot of turn-up songs. I need a slow song, a personal song. And those are harder for me—I always need help when it comes to talking about my feelings. It’s hard for me to be soft, period. So it’s a lot of thoughts, a lot of pressure. It’s really like a job.”

Here’s looking forward to a hot new album!

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