Cardi B incinerates the ‘Press’ in her new song

Cardi B is back and ready to take aim at the press. On Friday (May 31), the New York-born MC unleashed her new track “Press.” The song comes days after the musician began teasing fans about it online. The song finds Cardi boasting about her riches, but also taking aim at the press, specifically those bloggers who publish false stories about her “for the clicks.”

With lyrics like “Press, press, press, press, press / Cardi don’t need more press” and “Kill ’em all, put them hoes to rest / Walk in, bulletproof vest / Please tell me who she goin’ check? / Murder scene, Cardi made a mess,” it’s evident that Cardi has had enough with all the lies making headlines.

Listen to “Press” above.

“Press” is currently available for purchase on all streaming services. The track was produced by Slade Da Monsta with additional production by Key Wane For the Win.

The new tune comes days after the rapper revealed plans to release a new track before the week’s end. “Press” is the follow-up to her platinum-certified track “Please Me,” her second collaboration with label mate Bruno Mars.

No word on whether the tracks are standalone singles or part of the high-anticipated follow-up to 2018’s Invasion of Privacy. Cardi previously revealed that she has plans to release a new album in spring 2019, but the projected release date has since passed.

“Of course it’s gonna be an album in 2019,” she said. “Hopefully, I could get my album done around the same time that Invasion of Privacy came out, but I don’t know how possible that’s gonna be because I feel like I’m going to be extremely, extremely busy.”

Earlier this month, Cardi earned a total of six Billboard Music Awards at the annual event. The rapper was nominated for 21 awards, missing the record-breaking total of 22 set by the Chainsmokers and Drake in 2017.

Frances Bean Cobain Speaks Out About Lana Del Rey “Death” Quote

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Lana Del Rey might have been backtracking a statement that she made in an interview a few weeks ago, but someone else has spoken out against her romanticized version of death; Frances Bean Cobain.

In her interview with The Guardian, you know the one where she said she wished she was “already dead,” she reportedly was intrigued by the glamour of Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain dying young. Now, Cobain’s daughter is speaking out about it, understandably hitting a cord with the late-rock star’s offspring.

Yesterday evening, Cobain took to Twitter to give Del Rey a little advice about her supposed obsession with the glamour of dying young and her so-called desire to be dead already.

Most of Del Rey’s fans took the tweeting in stride, but like anything, there’s always one person that needs to be special and took offense to Cobain’s tweet about the songstress. Instead of going into a full Twitter war against the “offended” person, Cobain just explained (in 140 characters) how much of a talented artist Del Rey is, and that kind of talent should not be wasted like that.