Cardi B pressured female rappers to put in new music, saying, ‘Just because’ a song won’t be released


Ever since Cardi B released “Press” in 2019, she has been spending her time working to share music that she knows her fans will love. So he waited about a year before leaving “WAP” with Megan Thea Stallion. But even as a “Bodak Yellow” rapper admits to being openly convinced that she feels pressured to crank out the hit.

She discussed the subject in an interview with SiriusXM on Wednesday (September 30), acknowledging that “at one time, I felt like I was putting in too much music and I took a break.”

“Throughout this time people were making rumors, ‘Oh, he’s having problems with his label,” his label shelters him,’ “his label is tired of him and he’s getting more female talent ,’ ‘He continued. “It’s like, no, they never get tired of me. Labels, they want you to put music out. That’s what they love. They want you to keep music out all the time, all the time.”

Cardi also touched a dual level between male and female hip-hop artists. “Female rappers, y’all, they’re always under crazy pressure,” she explained. “If you don’t have a super crazy smash, it’s like oh, you’re a flop, a flop, a flop. A song can be twice as platinum and it’s still flop, flop, flop. You’re always under pressure. Live, and I think. Like it’s not fair. I feel like there are male artists who go two years without f-ing songs and they don’t go, ‘Oh, you’re irrelevant. It’s your Is over for. ‘ Me, I didn’t sing for nine months and it’s like, ‘Oh, that’s irrelevant. He’s over. He’s a flop. We’ve told you.’

And when she admitted that in those comments to “her”, Cardi concluded that she was “going to pull out a song I’m not really loving just because.”

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