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Cardi B Raps "Bodak Yellow" With James Corden In Hilarious "Carpool Karaoke" Trailer 

It's about to be a Bardi Karaoke. This Monday, Cardi B will join James Corden in the latest episode of his always-entertaining “Carpool Karaoke” segment. Today, James released a little trailer for what fans can expect to see before the full segment airs next Monday, and it looks hilarious as expected.

“Thank you so much for helping me get to work today,” Corden tells Cardi before asking if he can play some music. The two then rock out to Cardi’s Grammy-nominated song “Bodak Yellow,” rapping the lyrics “I don’t dance now I make money moves.”

Corden then takes it upon himself to try and teach Cardi how to drive since she doesn't have a driver’s license, but it doesn’t go too well as she hits the cones. “I hit something,” Cardi says prompting Corden to respond sarcastically with, “You think?”

Later, the two return to rapping Cardi’s single “Money” before stopping by, what appears to be a local playground. “What’s up children, stay in school,” Cardi screams out of the car. “Listen to your mom or you won’t be getting no Christmas gifts.”

Cardi’s upcoming appearance on The Late Late Show comes just a month after her estranged husband Offset along with Quavo and Takeoff took a ride with Corden as well.

Check out the hilarious trailer (below) and set your DVR’s for Monday night on CBS.

Kodak Black & Lil Pump Turn Up On "Gnarly" 

Kodak Black reasserted himself as the Sunshine State's hottest rapper on Friday when he dropped off "Dying To Live." The album features some deep reflection from Black, but tucked in between the street bangers and introspective bars is the party single "Gnarly." The term is heavily connected to surf culture, and originally meant dangerous, disgusting, or crazy in a negative light. It has been reinvented by Black for the single. He uses the term instead in the same way would one use "crazy" or "hype" to describe the level of intensity he wishes to achieve. 

The chorus is somewhat hilarious. Black sings about taking penis pills and having sex with a woman who is on Molly. That would make for an interesting experience. The sing-song flows from Black match well with Lil Pump, who enters the track in his usual hype manner. 

Quotable Lyrics
Lil bitch, I told you that you ain't important (Ain't important)
I heard you ain't got no papers so you got deported (Yeah, ooh)
I woke up in the mornin' with another warrant (Goddamn)
Well, bitch ain't gonna catch me 'cause I'm still tourin' (Ooh, yeah)

Ariana Grande Drops New Single "imagine" 

Ariana Grande released her album Sweetener in August, and she hasn't stopped running the pop world ever since. Although she blessed the Earth with singles and visuals off Sweetener, she continued to drop new music into the Fall. Her well-documented relationships with Pete Davidson, Big Sean, and the late Mac Miller inspired her to release “thank u, next,” which has arguably been one of the biggest pop songs of the year. Now, Grande has returned with yet another single: "imagine."

The latest effort from the gorgeous and talented singer plays like a retro R&B song. She wraps her sweet vocals around an instrumental that exists at the love-making tempo. She sings about love and intimacy, and images a world where nothing but deep emotions of elation and passion surround her and her lover. 

Quotable Lyrics
Quick, quick, quick, let's go
Kiss me and take off your clothes
Imagine a world like that
Imagine a world like that
We go like up 'til I'm 'sleep on your chest
Love how my face fits so good in your neck
Why can't you imagine a world like that?

Saba's Weekly Conquest Continues With "Where It’s At" 

Saba has been on a weekly mission to deliver dope music to the masses. Every Friday for over a month, Saba has been dropping new singles. He came through with “Stay Right Here” featuring Mick Jenkins and Xavier Omär, “Beautiful Smile” with IDK, “Excited,” “Blood” with PIVOT Gang, and “Papaya.” He continues on his impressive run with the smooth banger "Where It's At." 

“Where It’s At" is a whole vibe. Shifting synths with a slight low-pass filter paint the backdrop for Saba's latest single. This is a song that you listen to when driving late night, or when lighting up a solo blunt for your own contemplative moments. If you spent the year sleeping on Saba, it's time to wake up.

Quotable Lyrics
Turn the location on
Turn the location on
In this bitch cussing 'cause it's not for radio
Pay me on the day you agreed to pay me on

Kim Kardashian Enters The Kanye West VS Drake Feud On Twitter 

In case you've stepped away from the internet for most of Thursday (December 14) and missed the madness, Kanye West took to Twitter to launch an hours-long rant at Drake. Yes, 'Ye glued his fingers to his phone for HOURS as he attacked Drizzy for a number of reasons. West was unimpressed with Drake's repeated subliminal shots, calling out the rapper's bars on French Montana's "No Stylist." After digitally harassing Drizzy, Kanye tweeted that Drake finally called him. That's when we all thought things would end...it didn't.


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Kanye hopped back on Twitter to reveal that Drake threatened him on the phone call. He then continued to rant long into the night about religion, loyalty, being Drake's idol, Travis Scott, and a number of other topics he felt were connected to Drizzy's apparent disrespect. Hours into the rant, Kim Kardashian decided to hop on Twitter to defend her man and her family. "@drake Never threaten my husband or our family. He paved the way for there to be a Drake," tweeted Kim. "My husband is the most brilliant person, the most genius person that I know," she continued. "He has broken so many boundaries, everything from music, stage design, fashion and culture and will continue to change the world." Check out her tweets, and a select few of Kanye's 50+ tweets, below. 

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Grabs Tyga & Offset For "Startender" 

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is gearing up to release Hoodie SZN on December 21. The New York rapper came through last week with "Look Back At It," an addicting interpolation of Michael Jackson's "You Rock My World." Now, Hoodie is back with another single that highlights his penchant for creating memorable choruses. 

Boogie grabs Offset and Tyga for "Startender," a single that will live comfortably in the club. The beat is made for dancing, and enlisting Tyga for a club banger geared towards the ladies was a smart move. That's where the former Young Money artist shines the most. If these two tracks are any implication off Hoodie SZN's sound, Boogie may stun the world with the album. 

Quotable Lyrics
Bitch, I'm number one like I'm Nelly (Nelly)
And my crib all white like Belly (Belly)
And my bitch ride for me like Remy (Remy)
Poppin' shots, thug life, Makaveli

T-Pain Unleashes New Banger “That’s Yo Money" 

T-Pain must have a vault filled with bangers hidden somewhere in one of his houses. The auto-tune king dropped off endless music in 2018, and he keeps the roll out going with his latest banger. "That’s Yo Money" is the latest single from T-Pain that will be in heavy rotation at strip clubs and bars across the nation. After announcing his 1UP Tour, maybe T-Pain thought he needed to grace us with some new music as well. No complaints here. 

"That’s Yo Money" has a gorgeous instrumental that features a wavering flute that is mesmerizing. Over-energetic kicks and an equally entrancing violin, T-Pain sings and raps about luscious women getting rained on in the strip club. If we're lucky, Teddy will drop off a new project at the top of 2019 as well.

Yungeen Ace Comes Though With "Life I'm Livin" 

Yungeen Ace is a true survivor, and you can hear it in his lyrics. Ace's career took a left turn when he was shot during a drive-by that also took the lives of his brother and two friends. Instead of giving up, Ace went harder after recovering from the shooting. "I don't like talking to people. I don't want to go to counseling," he told Complex. "I'm not gonna want to say what I want to say. Music speaks for me. I got a message, and somebody gonna want to hear it. Somebody is gonna hear it." 



Ace has come through with a new project entitled Life I'm Livin, the follow up to his Life Of Betrayal tape. Running for nine tracks, the new mixtape has no listed features. The solo venture makes sense: Ace can explain the life he's living without sacrificing his narrative by adding a long list of features. Stream Life I'm Livin now on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.

Derez De’Shon Drops "Pain 2" Featuring Lil Baby, Mozzy, YFN Lucci, & More 

Derez De’Shon continues to push his name to the forefront of the hip-hop conversation. The ATLien is flying high off the success of his singles “Hardaway,“ “Beat The Odds,” and "Whaddup Doe." Now, De’Shon comes through with his new project Pain 2. The album runs for 17 tracks and features guest appearances from  YFN Lucci. Lil Baby, Mozzy, MoneyBagg Yo, Dreezy, Russ, Trouble, and Lil Durk.

The sequel to De’Shon breakout Pain project finds strengths in the same areas as the original. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right? De'Shon mixes street tales with melodic bangers to create his own lane in the ATL music scene. Stream Pain 2 on Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal

YFN Lucci Comes Through With "3: The Sequel" 

YFN Lucci came out of nowhere in November with the 3 EP. As the name implies, Lucci's EP only featured three songs. Short but sweet, the project resonated with his fans. Maybe that's why he decided to follow up the EP with a sequel. 3: The Sequel has arrived, and it follows the same three-song tracklist as its predecessor. This time, YFN Lucci brought a friend along though: Rich The Kid locks down the sole feature on the EP. 

The project begins with "Oct. 24," which finds Lucci in a contemplative mood. Starting 3: The Sequel with a slow track was a risk, but it has an irresistible vibe. "Pull Up" dives into the more energetic energy that Lucci fans can't get enough off. The chorus on the second track will dig itself into your brain for weeks. Lastly, the Rich The Kid assisted "Double Up" closes out another on-point effort from Lucci. Stream 3: The Sequel on Spotify and Apple Music now. 

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