On Cardi B’s smash hit “Bodak Yellow,” the young rapper uses the same flow that Kodak Black used on his 2014 breakout hit “No Flockin.'”
Which is the reason why it’s only right that Kodak appears on the official remix of the song.
Interestingly enough, Kodak Black dominates the song. The Florida rapper gets two verses on the remix, while Cardi basically only does the now-famous hook.
On the track, Kodak makes sure to shout out the woman who used his flow so effectively:
Cardi B got the beat, told me re-rock the heat. Try me, I’ll do the race like I’m Tay-K. There ain’t no flockin over here, lil buddy. All lil zombies over here, lil buddy.
The original version of “Bodak Yellow” is on the verge of making history. The song, which is the number two record in the country, second only to Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do,” is on the verge of becoming the number one song in the country. Cardi B fans have been making a big push to stream the song. It seems to be working:
Stream the “Bodak Yellow” remix below. Then stream the original like five times.
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