Cardi B Raps ‘Enough Is Enough’ on New Track: ‘Me Vs. You and You Know Who They Pickin’

Cardi B dropped a new burner on Thursday night (March 7), teasing what appears to be her next single in TikTok video from the recording studio. Barefoot and dressed down in sweats, a white tank top, round eyeglasses, no makeup and her hair straightened, Cardi ripped off her typically acerbic lines over a spare, g-funk style beat, once again making it clear that haters need not apply.

“Me vs. you and you know who they pickin’,” she rhymes to set up the unnamed track. “I can survive in the coldest conditions… B–ches is washed, soapin’ the dishes/ I apply pressure like boa constrictors/ One b–ch, two b–ch, old b–ch, new b–ch, none of y’all not gonna do s–t/ I’m in Miami I pull up on cruise ships.”

Dancing along to her own track, Cardi gives the ultimate ultimatum, rapping, “I see my opps linking up, I’m like, ‘What the f–k?/ If you scared, then just say that hoe/ Enough is enough.” The post got a few comment from famous friends, including SZA, who wrote “the hair is giving” and Camila Cabello, who added, “sheeeeesh.”

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At press time Cardi hadn’t provided any additional information on the track, though the caption of her TikTok post, “15” and a winking emoji, appeared to suggest it was due out on March 15. If the song comes out next week, it would mark the follow-up to last week’s “Like What (Freestyle).” She also dropped a sexy video for the freestyle in which pays tribute to Missy Elliot and tries on a wide variety of eclectic outfits in the clip directed by estranged husband rapper Offset; last month, Offset told his ex to “stop being scary” and drop her sophomore album already.

“Like What” is Cardi’s first solo record since 2021’s “Up,” which earned the rapper her first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit and a 2022 Grammy nomination for best rap performance. Since then she’s dropped “Tomorrow 2” with GloRilla, “Jealously” with Offset and the Megan Thee Stallion collab “Bongos.”

Cardi has been teasing new music for months, including an in Insta Story last week in which she told fans that her long-awaited sophomore album could be released this year. She told the Bardi Gang that she was “not letting my anxiety, I’m not letting what haters say, I’m not letting what fans say” prevent her from releasing new songs, adding that “I’ve got no choice because I’m dropping my album this year, so stay tuned for the announcement.”

The follow-up to the MC’s breakthrough 2018 debut studio album, Invasion of Privacy,

Check out a snipped of Cardi’s new track below.


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