Cardi B is a force to be reckoned with. A phenomenon that worked her prominent ass off to earn herself a place in the spotlight. Contrary to superstars a-la Beyonce, who let you believe their stamina and killer bodies were passed down to them through their alien heritage, Cardi B is quite outspoken about how she got to the top: work, work, work. And as Vox puts it:
And the fact that Cardi is so insistent on working, working, working is fundamental to her appeal. When you watch her work, you’re watching a hustler in action — and, as Cardi will be the first to tell you, it’s a little inspiring.
Cardi B’s debut single, Bodak Yellow, came out in the summer of 2017 and reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.
And the world is full of coincidences, because one of Cardi B’s most recent collaborations is with Bruno Mars, who will also be playing at RF18. Maybe they can work on their global footprint reduction, and share a plane together…?
Cardi B will not be performing at Roskilde Festival 2018.
The American rapper is pregnant and therefore must cancel her show at Roskilde Festival this summer. The festival organization is working on finding a replacement.