Watch Cardi B perform with SZA, J Balvin, and Migos at Coachella 2018
She also found time to catch Beyoncé’s set.
Track six on Cardi B’s debut album Invasion of Privacy, inadvertently became the rap star’s soundtrack at Coachella this past weekend. As if it wasn’t already clear, she is living “best life.”
Cardi and her precious cargo made way for weekend two of Coachella 2018, once again working out a busy schedule from the main stage. Where her set last week cemented her accent to rap superstardom, Cardi’s second rendition stapled her in as one of the hardest working emcees to do it. For her performance, she brought out SZA, J Balvin and Bad Bunny to perform Invasion highlights “I Do” and “I Like It” respectively. Later, she trekked across the festival grounds to perform “MotorSport” with Migos. Oh, and all of this just so happened to take place one day after Cardi caught Beyoncé’s set on Saturday, which also came with an impromptu run-in with JAY-Z.
Can’t stop the blessings. Check out highlights from Cardi’s second Boachella weekend below.
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