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Cardi B Eyes Collaboration with Rihanna, Awaits the “Perfect” Song

In a recent appearance on the Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast, Cardi B opened up about her desire to collaborate with Rihanna, albeit under one condition – the song has to be just right.

When asked about her wishlist for future collaborations, the Bronx rapper replied, “Like whoever comes, comes.”

She elaborated, expressing her admiration for Rihanna’s music but acknowledging the need for the right material to match the Barbadian singer’s style. “There’s some people that I want to do like a song with, but I just feel like I don’t have that worthy song to like give it to them. Especially because I do more rap than certain songs that I like.”

Cardi emphasized her respect for Rihanna’s sound, recognizing the disparity between their styles. “I love Rihanna’s music, but I don’t do music like that. I sound kinda stupid trying to sing like that, trying [to] sound like that.”

She emphasized the importance of finding the perfect track, one that would resonate with Rihanna. “So if I ever get that perfect record, I can not wait until I feel like, ‘This song… I know she’s going to like it’. Because I don’t want to send her nothing like, ‘Ho, what the fuck is this shit? Take this thing out of my face’.”

Despite the challenges, Cardi expressed excitement at the prospect of collaborating with Rihanna, calling it “so dope.”

Additionally, Cardi revealed that she has a collaborative track with Shakira in the works, which she described as landing on her lap.

The conversation also touched on Cardi’s forthcoming projects, including her upcoming second album. She teased fans with the revelation that she has “100 songs” ready to go, following the release of her latest single ‘Like What (Freestyle)’.

In a candid moment, Cardi admitted to facing anxiety in her creative process, revealing that she wrote a verse for Ice Spice’s ‘Munch’ but ultimately decided to scrap it.

Meanwhile, Rihanna recently made headlines with her return to the stage, performing her first full live concert in eight years at a billionaire heir’s pre-wedding ceremony in India. Last December, she hinted at a full comeback following reports of signing a new deal with Live Nation.

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