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Cardi B Silences Everyone Who's Trying To Rush Her Debut Album

The Bronx rapper says she'll be taking as much time she needs before dropping her first project. 

Cardi B might have catapulted to instant stardom, thanks to her No. smash hit, Bodak Yellow, but when it comes to cranking out more hits, the Bronx native says she wants to take her time. There has been a lot of chatter surrounding the rapper's debut album and whether it will live up to the hype, but as far as Cardi is concerned, she's perfecting her craft, and that takes time.

The "No Limit" artist recently shared a message on Twitter on Nov. 19, concerning her album and the pressure that has come with creating it. "I have a lot of pressure on me," she wrote. "I have songs stashed up .I just don’t think they qualified for my album .Sometimes i think is ready sometimes i think it’s not so I’m going to take my time till it’s right."

Cardi's announcement comes only a few days after she previewed new music on Instagram. In the short clip, she is seen modeling while rapping along to the hard track. "I'm just trying to chill and make bangers/Tell all these old bitches they in danger/The thing on my hip whip bitches into shape/That's what I call a fucking waist trainer/You gon' run up on who and do what?/I think y'all got your stories screwed up/I came here to ball is you nuts/I don't want your punk ass man I'm too tough/I'm with this killer shit hands down/If you got a problem with me say it now/'Cause I don't want to hear no sneak dissing/Especially from you weak bitches," she spits.

There is no word on when fans should expect Cardi's debut album. But it's safe to say we'll get it when she's good and ready.

Knock me down nine times but I️ get up TEN!

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“Took a couple years off/Shed a couple tears, dawg/Been a victim of the system/I’m a Christian with a vision/My wife, yeah, I put her on a pedestal/My life is like a movie, The Incredibles," raps Bieber.

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— Genius (@Genius) October 11, 2019

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"It looks like he will be making music right away when he comes home," an anonymous music industry source told the outlet. "He already contacted a young NYC producer, and someone purchased two beats for him."

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In an interview with The Root (Oct. 9), the Atlanta rapper revealed he's on the hunt to discover a new talented female rapper with bars so that he can undo the "blunder" of his former artist Iggy. The Dime Trap rapper added that the Australian rapper's career is a stain on his legacy as a label executive.

“I’m still actively looking for another female rapper who can undo the blunder of Iggy Azalea,” Tip said. “That is the tarnish of my legacy as far as [being] an [music] executive is concerned. To me, this is like when Michael Jordan went to play baseball.”

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