Watch Cardi B Eat Caribbean Food Off Her Spotify Plaques in New ‘Billions Club’ Episode

In Spotify’s latest Billions Club: The Series episode Tuesday (May 14), Cardi B feasts on some delicious Caribbean food while enjoying a few major streaming milestones on the side.


To celebrate having four songs on the platform surpass a billion plays, the rapper ate a meal of oxtails, rice and plantains while using her quartet of shiny new Spotify plaques as plates. In between bites, she opened up about making each track, starting with her 2018 feature on Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You.”

“This song is the perfect song to dedicate [to] my child,” she says in the clip while wearing a pink bathrobe and slippers. “Like, my daughter was in me when I did this song. When I perform this song, it touches me a little different.”

Cardi’s first child — a daughter named Kulture Kiari, whom she shares with Offset along with son Wave — was born in July 2018, less than two months after her collaboration with Maroon 5 dropped. The New York native also released “I Like It” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin while she was expecting her baby girl, not that she gave the two Latin music stars a heads-up about her pregnancy before meeting them for the first time.

“They just looked down at my stomach like, ‘Oh!’” Cardi recalled, laughing.

“I went to my Grandma’s house, and I played it to everybody like, ‘I have a song with Bad Bunny and f–kin’ J Balvin! Oh my god!” the musician added. “The three of us, we were coming up at the same time.”

Cardi also celebrated her collaboration with Ozuna, Selena Gomez and DJ Snake, “Taki Taki,” reaching a billion streams, clarifying that the song’s title has nothing to do with the popular spicy chip of the same name. “It’s just a word Ozuna made up,” she said with her usual hilarious candor. “I don’t freaking know.”

And of her “WAP” duet with Megan Thee Stallion, Cardi said that their two voices “just went perfect” together. “It meshed very well, like butter and f–king bread,” she continued. “It became such a political record, which kinda shocked me and kinda shocked Megan. The song is not that freaky.”

Three of Cardi’s four Billions Club entries reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 following their respective releases, with “Girls Like You” reigning atop the chart for a whopping seven weeks back in 2018. “Taki Taki” reached No. 11 on the listing that same year.


“I just want to say thank you to my fans because sometimes I can be a little bit hard on myself … I never feel satisfied,” the Whipshots founder said to close out the episode. “The goal is never going to be reached because I’m always hungry for more.”

Watch Cardi’s new Spotify Billions Club episode below.

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