“Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion to Release New Joint Track ‘Bongos'”

Exciting news for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion fans – the two artists are teaming up once again for a fresh track titled ‘Bongos’. This marks their first joint release since the massively successful ‘WAP’ in 2020. ‘Bongos’ is set to drop on Friday, September 8th and has been eagerly anticipated by fans who have been patiently waiting for new material from both artists. While Cardi B hasn’t officially announced a follow-up album to her debut ‘Invasion of Privacy’ which was released five years ago, she has been keeping busy this summer with a series of singles and collaborations, including ‘Jealousy’ featuring Offset, ‘Put It on da Floor Again’ alongside Latto, and ‘Point Me 2’ featuring FendiDa Rappa. So, get ready to tune in and listen to this exciting new release from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion!

Cardi B And Megan Thee Stallion Announce

Last year, Cardi B’s hit single ‘WAP’ didn’t make it to the list of Grammy nominations as her team had deliberately decided to hold off on its submission. Instead, they planned to use it as part of a more comprehensive album-based Grammy campaign in 2021, although no details were revealed about the album’s release. However, towards the end of 2022, Cardi B responded to a leak of new material by sharing a sneak peek of an unknown and unreleased track, giving her fans a glimpse of what’s in store. In her post, she humorously referred to the clip as “scraps” for all her fans who were desperately waiting for new music.

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion Announce Upcoming Single 'Bongos'

In August 2022, Megan Thee Stallion finally released her eagerly-awaited second album, Traumazine. Since then, she has achieved some impressive milestones, including hosting an episode of Saturday Night Live and appearing in the Disney+ show She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. Additionally, she is set to appear in the upcoming film Dicks: The Musical. In recent news, Tory Lanez was sentenced to a decade in prison for shooting Megan Thee Stallion. Reflecting on the past three years, she considers herself a survivor who has overcome the unimaginable. She sees the guilty verdict as a triumph for women who have been shamed, dismissed, or blamed for violent crimes committed against them.

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