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Music enthusiasts and Rap fans believe Hip-Hop has been stuck in a rut.

According to Cardi B, the genre is only going “up” and blames the audience’s grievances on their own buyer’s remorse.

During a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the Bronx raptress talked about the state of Hip-Hop culture.

“People keep saying like, ‘Oh, the state of hip-hop is bad right now, blah, blah, blah,’” the 31-year-old said. “I don’t think it’s bad right now; I just feel like people just don’t know what they want.”

Cardi B explained that another factor is the impact of social media and its influence on the musical tastes of creators and consumers alike.

“I feel like social media is running too much, so I just feel like just keep doing you, f*ck what people got to say.”

Cardi, who’s had roles in “Hustlers” and “F9,” also said that she sees more acting in her future, however her top goal for 2024 is to put out new music.

“Nothing is stopping me and yeah, I’m ready to put something out there like, fuck it here, take it. Take my coochie!”

Watch Cardi B’s interview below.

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