Cardi B covers the New York Time Magazine’s March 2018 issue. The issue is called ’25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music Is Going.’
Cardi’s breakout single from 2017 Bodak Yellow is, of course, leading the feature.
Writer Jamie Lauren Keiles named this song as ‘an unapologetic anthem for women in a year otherwise defined by pandering and setbacks.’
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On the cover’s magazine, Cardi sports a retro-glam look, and she is flaunting a kind of nostalgia that is pretty hard to find these days.
She is wearing a lovely rose-colored gown that is perfectly blending in with the background, and she has feathers all around her.
Back in January, Cardi discussed with ET just ahead of the Grammy Awards about her upcoming wedding to Migos’ rapper Offset, and she said back then that she is truly inspired by ‘gypsy weddings.’
‘It’s gotta be overdone,’ she said, and she also said that she’d need more than one dress.
‘I need, like, a dress that’s, like, big. And then, like, you know, like, a dress that I could do a split on ’cause you never know! I get a little crazy sometimes.’
On the other hand, Cardi and Offset have not started to plan their wedding just yet because of their much too busy schedules. But we sure do look forward to seeing her dress when the time comes.