In an interview talking about her new song, the ‘WAP’ raptress reveals that the ‘Hurricane’ rhymer recorded his verse when he was at a particularly rough point in his life.
AceShowbiz –Kanye West once again gets personal in his music. Joining forces with Cardi B and Lil Durk for a new song titled “Hot S**t”, the father of four laments his pain over his divorce from Kim Kardashian in his verse. “I’m just sayin’, now I start to get used to the pain,” Ye raps. “Til one day I said, ‘F**k it,’ brought my masseuse on the plane.”
The 45-year-old also vents his frustration over the headlines about the custody war between him and his ex-wife. “Another headline, ‘Where your head at? N***a, go home, where your kids at?’ ” he spits. “They be on my nerve, they be on my nerve.”
Sitting down with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe, Cardi revealed that Ye came on board “Hot S**t” earlier this year when he was at a particularly rough point in his life. The Atlanta emcee recorded his part when he was making headlines for attacking Kim’s boyfriend Pete Davidson through his social media posts.
“Kanye gave me this verse a couple of months ago when he was just all over the media, because of all of the things that were going on,” the “Bodak Yellow” hitmaker shared. “I like how his verse, it’s personal, but it’s not that personal.”
“I’m so happy that he gave me this verse,” the Bronx star went on gushing. “And I had a lot of conversations with Kanye West. I learned so much about him and he’s such an amazing, sweet person. I’ve been feeling like, I wish a lot of people have conversations with him so they could just see the real … the him.”
“Hot S**t” was first recorded in 2019, before Cardi even made her 2020 hit “WAP” featuring Megan Thee Stallion. “People always loved this record, but I always felt like it needed a male feature,” she said about how her two male collaborators joined the track. “I did not know which male artist to put on this record because this has a certain type of beat that I feel like only certain artists could freak it.”
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