Watch: Cardi B Talks Pressure of Following ‘WAP’ Success, Starring in ‘Fast & Furious,’ & More

Published: Saturday 13th Feb 2021 by Rashad

Industry analysts have already suggested Cardi B‘s latest single, ‘Up,’ will live up to its namesake on the Billboard Hot 100 as it’s set to debut in the tally’s top 5 next week, but the GRAMMY winner is doing her part to ensure the promising premiere.

As the song takes streaming and digital download outlets by storm, B’s taking to the promo trail to increase awareness of the high octane single – her first solo effort since 2019’s ‘Press.’  Visiting ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ Thursday (February 11), Cardi dished on the pressure to follow-up the mega-success of her Megan Thee Stallion-assisted hit, ‘WAP,’ and her to desire to prove she was able to score a Hot 100 hit without the assistance of a feature.

And while fans continue to press her for details on ‘UP’s parent album, she’s redirected attention from her growing discography to her blossoming filmography.

Look inside to hear her spill details about her involvement in ‘F9’ – the latest installment of the ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise:

Click here to watch the music video for ‘UP.’


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  1. Urg February 13, 2021

    Up was not it. The video was cute but the song itself was stright up trash.

    • Keeping it real February 13, 2021

      Well it’s up and stuck on Apple Music and iTunes

    • DC February 13, 2021

      Not all that to your hatin ass still got 40 mil views already still in top 5 iTunes and killing tik tok so stfu n keep hating bet a song you’d approve of would have flopped

      • Urg February 13, 2021


  2. Incognito February 13, 2021

    Same pressure she had after Bodak and I Like It. Wap had this hypersexual theme and a female collaboration between 2 hots top so it worked of course, Up is great (i love it) but it won’t achieve the same success.

    • DC February 13, 2021

      Why y’all compare to wap that song did 10 mil worldwide this why artists have so much pressure to get a hit up will debut in top 5 so not to bad huh

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