Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” Thrashings Taylor Swift, Hits Number One on Hot 100
It’s a decent day for America and the world.
After a delayed fight with Taylor Quick’s “Look What You Influenced Me To do,” Cardi B has handled her initially number one on the Bulletin Hot 100 with “Bodak Yellow.” In spite of conceivable endeavors by Quick’s camp to help streams by bringing down the cost of “LWYMMD” on iTunes and implanting its music video inside a making-of for that same video, Cardi still rules triumphant (“Bodak” additionally had its cost decreased). That, as well as Quick was doubly bested by both “Bodak Yellow” and Post Malone’s “rockstar,” highlighting 21 Savage, now sitting at number two.
It’s enticing to peruse a considerable measure into the more extensive implications of this occasion; how hip-bounce is presently the overwhelming music of the US, how this is evidently the main solo rap hit by a female craftsman to top the diagrams since Lauryn Slope’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” right around 20 years back, how – in Trump’s America – a Trinidadian-Dominican lady from the South Bronx triumphed over an assume that some observe as a token of white benefit and who’s been portrayed by Nazis as an “Aryan Goddess”. You could examine it from those focal points, or you could simply appreciate the melody, as millions have. This is a decent day. Praise it.