Moody Monday: This is serious, Cardi B is at it again!

Photo by: Christopher Pierantoni (@s0_krispy) 

Photo by: Christopher Pierantoni (@s0_krispy) 

Cardi B hits us with a banger this weekend and it's an "Invasion of Privacy" full of hot collaborations and raw rhymes to make you want to play the album on repeat. People all over are praising Cardi B's debut Album, for she just proved to everyone she is here to stay on the top of the billboards. 

Cardi begins her album with a hard hit knowns as, "Get up 10"  which reveals insight into her life while addressing her hustle unapologetically. To follow up, we are given a dose of flex with "Drip" ft Migos, "Bickenhead", and of course "Bodak Yellow"! The album is a story of self-empowerment, hustle, and growth that comes at us with an I beat all odds sort of mindset.  

She keeps it so real throughout, and brings fusions of Cardi into the mix from trap queen to latina fierce with her J. Balvin and Bad Bunny hit, "I Like It". The loudmouth is taking over music with exactly what trap music needed, a reigning Femme Fatale.  

This album reads like a book and takes you through the highs and lows of coming into the spotlight gaining a lavish lifestyle while still dealing with the backlash of criticism. 

Yet she reminds the haters that “My little 15 minutes lasted long as hell, huh?” with my personal favorite track, "I Do" ft SZA to wrap up the album. Enjoy the track here. Let us know what you think in a comment below. 

 

 

Have a "Taste" of Indica Wave

Indica Wave

It's an Indica Wave kind of year! The Queens-based musician does not like to be labeled as a specific genre, she believes her music changes as she evolves through life. Her brother, one of the greatest influences in her life, describes her sound as a  "range from rappers like Tupac and Nas to singers like Elton John and Lauryn Hill." 

Music has always been a part of Indica Wave's journey, but now we are really getting to see her growth through her lyrics, and self-directed visuals! Her music is a true reflection of her life as well as stories comprised of experiences around her. Follow her journey on SOYYO Magazine and enjoy “Taste” as an appetizer, her EP is a meal people will be yearning for this summer.

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