Listen: Cardi B does it for the culture on 'I Like It' featuring J Balvin and Bad Bunny
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Hip-hop sensation Cardi B released her new album, Invasion of Privacy, on April 6. She enlists two of Latin music's brightest stars for standout track "I Like It."

"I Like It" is one of the songs on Cardi B's debut album. The record boasts many features from acts like Migos, Chance the Rapper and Kehlani. Interestingly, she teams up with reggaeton acts J Balvin and Bad Bunny on "Like." Cardi has a hit on her hands with Ozuna's "La Modelo," so she continues to embrace her Dominican roots with the help of Balvin and Bunny.

"I Like It" is worked around a sample of the Tito Nieves classic "I Like it Like That." Cardi says that she's stacking her "coins like Mario" while "run[ning] this sh*t like cardio." Latin trap artist Bad Bunny follows her up, adding, "I spend in the club what you have in the bank." J Balvin rounds out the collaboration with a playful verse that name checks Celia Cruz's "Azúcar" and Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi." Cardi's track would be better if she rapped a little in Spanish, but it does a great job of bridging old school Latin vibes with the best Latinos in the game at the moment. "I Like It" is a celebration of the culture that's also ready to move the club.

"I Like It" featuring J Balvin and Bad Bunny is now available alongside the Invasion of Privacy album. Cardi was recently spotted filming a music video with the guys that's presumably for this song.