During the BET Awards on Sunday night, rapper Cardi B announced across all her social media accounts the release of her newest single “Hot Shit” this Friday and that it would be available to stream everywhere. The artiste also posted a short preview video for the song showing her standing atop a skyscraper gazing down at the city below her as the bass-heavy rhythm of the song plays cutting off just as her verse begins.
The single was produced by Tay Keith who she has worked with in the past on multiple singles including Lil Yachty’s “Who Want The Smoke” which featured her husband Offset. The rapper later revealed on her Twitter page that the track will feature Kanye West as well as Lil Durk, who in response to one of Cardi B’s tweets about the song posted: “Friday we shaking the world I promise”.
The 29-year-old rapper’s last album “Invasion of Privacy” was released in 2018 and included the single “Be Careful”, which sampled Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor” and the hit “I Like It” that featured Bad Bunny and J Balvin.
Near the end of 2021, Cardi B announced that she would be releasing a new album this year, but a date was not given. Later in an interview, she revealed that she has felt a lot of pressure and that’s why she hasn’t put out another album since Invasion Of Privacy and went on to say: “I haven’t rushed it because everybody is waiting on that one little mistake.”