Two of the most recent singles pushed the boundaries of what some might expect from her musically. The " and "" were quite the ruckus during Cardi's desire to be her most expressive self, thanks to the support of Bronx rappers Dougie B and Bory300. Together, the quartet completes a hefty and raw drill record, "Shake It."
While the fresh song, which consists of Sean Paul's "Temperature" and Akon's "Bananza (Belly Dancer") is rather short, the energy that the rappers bring to it makes for quite the ride. Cardi, Kay Flock, Dougie B, and Bory300 take over a Bronx street corner, as they are surrounded by their crew members who are either draped in red or blue. Cardi herself wears a bright red wig as she kills
Kay Flock is the lead singer of the song, which opens five months after he was for a Harlem man after a confrontation outside a barbershop.
The dramatic video "Shake It" can be seen above.
Cardi B is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.