Although Cardi B disabled her Instagram account and is taking warmth on Twitter for possibly lip-syncing on the Grammys, the rapper continues to be killing it on the Billboard charts. According to the chart tracking publication, Cardi B and Maroon 5's collaboration "Girls Like Me" has formally been sitting within the Hot 100, within the Top 10 part, for 33 weeks.
That means Maroon 5 and Cardi have tied with Ed Sheeran, with the trio of acts hitting the document. Maroon 5's lead singer, Adam Levine, beforehand defined simply why he thought it was so essential to have Cardi featured on the tune.
"She was within the honeymoon interval of her second,” he said. “She was simply starting to be that feminine artist that everyone was speaking about, and I assumed it was an essential factor for her to be concerned. I knew she would have an attention-grabbing tackle what was being stated, and he or she would do it in a method that you simply wouldn’t essentially have considered.”
As for a couple of phrases of inspiration to Cardi, earlier than she wrote the verse, he told her to "put one thing down that reveals your fierceness as a girl and say it nonetheless you need."
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