Kelly Clarkson used her powerful vocals to pay homage to an unlikely trio of artists — Cardi B, Post Malone and Lauryn Hill -- and the results were pure magic. The singer and "Voice" coach surprised fans by covering all three musicians on Thursday night during her "Meaning of Life" Tour stop in Long Island, New York. […]The post Kelly Clarkson Covers Cardi B, Post Malone & Lauryn Hill in Epic Mashup appeared first on The Blast.
Shortly after Cardi B teased that she had a collaboration with Bruno Mars on the way, the pair dropped their joint track "Please Me," a slow R&B jam. More recently, Cardi B was scheduled to join Mars on the last leg of his 24K Magic tour but canceled over the summer after the birth of her daughter.
“Thank you, Tom Petty, for the flowers,” Cardi exclaimed on her Instagram Story. “I left the room, but, um, the flowers were very big. I want to say thank you so much."
Don’t let Cardi B's beef with Nicki Minaj or social media posts derail you from what this artist is doing for women and Latinx representation in the hip-hop world.
Ariana Grande has some feelings about Mac Miller‘s Grammys loss to Cardi B. The Thank U, Next singer, who did not attend Sunday’s show due to differences with producers, live-tweeted throughout the majority of the telecast — but the best rap album category had Grande particularly frustrated as Miller’s fifth and final studio album, Swimming, lost to Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy. Miller, 26, died five months ago from an accidental overdose.
Check out the edgy, glamorous and downright bizarre looks the stars rocked at this year's ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
If you use the internet, you’re probably already aware that Cardi B is outspoken. Recently, she dragged a conservative pundit who commented on her sudden surge of political activism. In a timely move, given her recent hit entitled "Money," Cardi took to Twitter to post a video, which has since been deleted, clapping back at people who critique celebrities for the money that they choose to spend.
As far as red carpets go, the Grammys is definitely the most entertaining. The 2019 Grammy Awards are coming up on Feb. 10, so let’s take a stroll down memory lane and relive some of the most iconic looks from years past. The following year, Christina Aguilera went for a revealing boho dress and cornrows in her hair.
The song is off Cardi B's “Invasion of Privacy” album, which is fitting since it appears to partially reveal the Wi-Fi password for Harris's office in the background.
Rapper Cardi B had choice words for a Daily Caller columnist who says she doesn't empower women.