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Cardi B’s Song Money Talks About Motherhood

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Cardi B has always been our favorite for all the strange reasons. Hasn’t she? Well, just to add to the list, the rapper released a single which will touch your hearts. Although Money was supposed to come out on Thursday, Cardi B surprised her fans by releasing it two days earlier. This track is also her first solo release since her debut album Invasion of Privacy. Just like the name suggests, Money is all about Cardi B’s luxurious lifestyle. Not just her success, but it also mentions her latest journey of motherhood.

Her Latest Album Money

This latest album Money finds Cardi B dashing back to her mixtape roots. And Cardi B admits enjoying the many perks that her success has gotten her. Including the boarding jets, and her morning sex. With Money, the rapper has clearly asserted that nothing will ever trump the idea of swimming around in dollar bills. The song’s catchy chorus reveals,

I like boardin’ jets, I like mornin’ sex (Woo!) / But nothing in this world that I like more than checks.

However, success, fame and money is not all that Cardi B talks about. The song also features a sweet tribute to her baby daughter Kulture. And she makes it apparent that she loves the little girl more than money. The sweetest motherhood moment is acknowledged as Cardi B raps that she loves nothing more than Kulture. Apart from this namedrop, the rapper has used the initials of Kulture Kiari Cephus in the last line to symbolize how nothing in the universe means more to her than her baby daughter. The verse reads,

All a bad bitch need is the K. K. C. (Woo!)

With concepts like fame, success and motherhood, the lyrics of Money have surely gotten a lot of appreciation. People are praising how Cardi B has emotionally created a place for her baby daughter in her latest single. And who wouldn’t love such a sweet mommy moment?

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