Cardi B Drops Her New Song 'Hot Sh*t' Featuring Lil Durk & Kanye West

By Tony M. Centeno

July 1, 2022

Cardi B

Cardi B and her fans have a reason to celebrate this holiday weekend because her hot new song is finally here, and it's iHeartRadio's newest World Premiere.

On Friday, July 1, Cardi B finally released her latest single "Hot Sh*t" featuring Lil Durk and Kanye West. On the song, Bardi lays down her militant bars alongside Ye and Durk, who recently claimed they have the song of the year. The Bronx native also slides in a quick sample of Marcia Griffiths' "Electric Boogie (The Electric Slide)" towards the end of her verse.

"Still might slide on a opp (It's electric), Hatin' didn't work so they lie (So they lie)," Cardi raps.

Meanwhile, Durk and Ye call out all the opps in their respective verses. Both Chicago rappers use their time to stick it to their haters and pay homage to their fallen friends. Lil Durk invokes King Von's name towards the end of his verse while Ye reflects on Virgil Abloh's untimely passing.

"They be on my nerve, they be on my nerve, mm-mm, When we lost Virg', I was on the verge," Ye raps. "I just hit the Louis store, I had to splurge, mm-mm/We just made a silent movie with no words."

The Tay Keith and BanBwoi-produced banger is set to appear on her sophomore album, which still does not have a release date yet. It's the newest single Bardi has served up since she dropped "Up" last year. Despite the technical difficulties she experienced while making the album, Cardi recently confirmed that "Up" and WAP" featuring Megan The Stallion will appear on the follow-up to Invasion of Privacy along with "Hot Sh*t." While she's in the process of finishing up her project, the "Please Me" rapper has also been hopping on other remixes like Kay Flock's "Shake It" and Summer Walker's "No Love" featuring SZA.

Listen to Cardi B, Lil Durk and Ye go crazy on her new single "Hot Sh*t" below.

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