Cardi B Shares Steamy Studio Session With Offset While Recording “Um Yea”

Ever wonder what it’s like when Cardi B and Offset record music in the studio?

Cardi B is super into her husband, Offset, and she has not shied away from sharing the gory details of their romantic relationship as unsolicited as the details might be. According to Cardi, she doesn’t want to give fans any fake awkward romance stories as she proceeds to disclose one very detailed encounter when she and her husband first started dating.

The “Up” rapper shocked fans when she reminisced on a song the two collaborated on – “Um Yea,” as she shared a short clip on Twitter of an encounter the two had when the song was recorded in 2017.

According to Cardi B, it was the first time she and Offset, who is now her husband, got into the studio together. The recording of the song, however, caused things to get steamy between the two.

“I don’t want to give you this weird, fake a– romantic, awkward story, but, um, I remember this one time when I was in the studio with Offset and he was doing ‘Um Yea,’ the song that me and him have together,” she began.

The 57 seconds drama continued as Cardi described watching Offset, who was also looking at her. “He was spitting it out of nowhere and while he was doing the song and everything he kept looking at me and grinding and smiling and s–t while he was making the song and then I told him I want to get on the song,” she explained. “So I just started writing my verse and everything and he was looking at me like, ‘awww s–t girl!”

Cardi B is not known for subtlety, but the voice note ended with her saying, “we f**ked. Right after, so, Um Yea.” Of course, her fans found her ability to tell a story hilarious, while others criticized her for sharing the grimy details which her daughter, Kulture, might one day come across on the internet.

Ummm yea

— iamcardib (@iamcardib) April 5, 2021

Imma slide

— iamcardib (@iamcardib) April 5, 2021

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Quality Control Drops 30 Songs On ‘Control the Streets Vol. 1’ Album [Listen]

Quality Control gave us 30 new songs on their new compilation album Control the Streets Vol. 1.

The album features an all-star lineup including Migos trio, Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff. There are also some well-recognized names in the current batch of hip hop artists including Nicki Minaj, Kodak Black, Cardi B, Gucci Mane, Lil Yachty, Young Thug, Travis Scott, Ty Dolla $ign, and more. Nicki and Quavo are featured on a previously announced single, “She For Keep,” which is included on the project.

Elsewhere on the album, you will find Cardi B and her boo Offset on the single “Um Yea.” Like them or not, you can’t deny that Migos is the dominant rap group of this generation and individually they are still shinning. Their footprints are all over this project with Offset and Quavo teaming up with Lil Yachty, another dominant young rapper, for the single “Menace.”

Quality Control’s chief executive Pierre “Pee” Thomas and chief operating officer, Kevin “Coach K” Lee both put the star-studded lineup together. “There’s some artists we could’ve signed if we were trying to get some right-now money, but we’re trying to build something for the long run,” Pee told the NY Times.

The album Control the Streets Vol. 1 is now available for streaming on iTunes/Apple Music.