Money Moves Only: Drake and Migos Bring out Cardi B To Perform 'Bodak Yellow'

Nobody has had a glow-up quite like Cardi B, and it's definitely one for the books. 

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From the rapper's humble beginnings on VH1's Love & Hip Hop and stealing our hearts with hilarious videos on Instagram, the Bronx native has been flourishing in the music industry, reassuring us with the iconic line "I don't dance now, I make money moves." In case you have no idea where this comes from allow us to enlighten you.


The former reality personality recently dropped her single "Bodak Yellow"- making it one of her biggest hit yet. The song quickly became a feminist anthem- and the numbers are there to prove it. The banger climbed from number 28 last week to number 14 on Billboard's Hot 100 list. The 24-year-old joined Nicki Minaj and Young M.A. last week as the only female rappers to earn a spot on the top 30 with no features. As the hit "Bodak Yellow" tops charts for the 5th week in a row, this AfroLatina became the first Love & Hip Hop cast member to snag a spot in the top 30 on Billboard's Hot 100 with a solo hit in twenty years. 

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With all of her success, the half- Dominican, half-Trinidadian feminist is a force to be reckoned with, and we're so happy we're not the only ones who feel this way. At their most recent performance at VELD Music Festival in Toronto, Migos brought out the female rapper to perform her smash hit! She shared the stage with her boo and member of the Georgia trio Offset, who have reportedly been dating for months. The former dancer captioned the video, "Thank you so much to the @migos for bringing me out at yesterday's #veldfest!! I was sh*tting bricks. But I'm so grateful for you guys! Yall are so talented and so inspiring!! When I grow up, I wanna be just like you." 


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It turns out that Migos aren't the only ones recognizing Cardi B's success. Monday night, she revealed on Instagram that Drake brought her out to perform at his annual OVO Fest. Champagne Papi is giving a voice to a Bronx bomber, and we couldn't be happier. Whether you hate or love her, there's no denying that her future is looking bright. Check out Cardi B. performing "Bodak Yellow" at OVO Fest below: