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Cardi B Teases Remix of Ice Spice’s “Munch (Feelin’ U)”

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With her GloRilla collaboration “Tomorrow 2” making its rounds, Cardi B shared a clip of her rapping over Ice Spice’s “Munch (Feelin’ U).”

Cardi B and Ice Spice unite for The Bronx on an unofficial “Munch (Feelin’ U)” remix. Two weeks after Cardi and GloRilla released their epic collaboration “Tomorrow 2”, the “I Like It” rapper went to Instagram on Sunday (October 9) to share a video of herself strutting to her unreleased “Munch” remix.

“He wants to see what it is like a gender reveal/Pissing on bitches is really a skill / Bitches dead to me, damn it, dead to me still,” Cardi raps in her sultry verse.

Cardi fans clamored over the surprise clip, but the Grammy-winning artist denied that she would be releasing it as an official remix.

The song wouldn’t make the first time that Cardi supported Ice Spice. In September, the 22-year-old rapper attended Cardi and Offset’s “Fashion Night Out” in New York City.

Since its release in August, the original “Munch (Feelin’ U)” has become a viral smash, landing Ice Spice 15 million Spotify streams and its accompanying music video receiving 12.8 million views.

In June, Ice Spice shouted out Cardi in an interview with Audiomack for putting their borough of The Bronx back “on the map.”

“Cardi B put the Bronx on the map AGAIN, especially for females,” she said. “But also because it’s the last authentic borough. I think people are interested in how it truly is, in how everybody from here is really from here. Our parents are from here, our grandparents are from here, you know? People are just really interested in our culture. They’re fascinated by how raw it is.”

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