Cardi B Reflects on Her Breakout Year in ‘I’m Here Muthaf*ckas’ Tidal Documentary
If anyone had the most life-changing 2017, it was certainly Cardi B. Now that the Bronx native has launched into stardom in the music and entertainment world, she's ready to share more of her come up story in Tidal's new documentary, I'm Here Muthaf*ckas.
The mini-documentary follows Cardi as she performs in the Tidal X: Moschino show in Miami. during Art Basel this past year. Not only does she start off by sharing her excitement about being involved in the art festivities, but she even reflects on her year of history-making success and coming up in the Bronx.
Viewers get to see some epic footage of the female MC performing her verse on G-Eazy's "No Limit" for the packed crowd at the Tidal X show for Jeremy Scott. She then takes us back to New York, detailing how she grew up in the infamous borough. Cardi also discusses how she was able to collaborate with Jeremy Scott, as well as how JAY-Z's Tidal inspires her, being that she worked with the brand previously for a show in Brooklyn last year.
“You know that TIDAL is everywhere," Cardi B says of the company. "Just know that a colored person owns it…somebody that comes from Brooklyn, the streets. I’m from the streets. If he can do it, that means I can do it one day.”
Not only did Cardi make history in 2017, but she's continuing to do so in 2018 already, as she has already topped Beyonce's record on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart after having five simultaneous top 10 hits. She is also slated to perform at the 2018 Grammy Awards later this year.
Watch Cardi B in Tidal's I'm Here Muthaf*ckas mini-documentary below to hear more of her story.
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