Review: Cardi B re-teamed with Migos for her new single, “Drip.”

In both the video and in the lyrics, these two tag team on boasting about jewelry, wealth and their hip-hop status over a booming beat.

 Throughout the video and song, the duo toss out pop culture references, often in triplet rhythmic patterns, between lengthy refrains of “Diamonds on my wrist, they drippin.'” Cardi B nods to Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker and the world’s leading dating app: “Quick to drop a ni#ga like Kemba/ Lookin’ right a right swipe on Tinder,” she rhymes. In his money-minded verse, Offset compares himself to a classic horror film antagonist: “When I got a mil’, I got excited/ For the cash I’m a turn to Michael Meyers.”

 Solid video. Solid song. Solid entertainment.

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DJ Speir has been a DJ for some of the hottest clubs in the United States, and at the age of fifty-seven is currently ranked #365 (2018) for the people's choice and has ranked in the top 100 Dubstep (2017) and 300 Progressive House (2017) DJs in the world on The DJ List. In 2008 DJ Speir started building his first music streaming website HouseDanceClub.com featuring his audio mixes. DJ Speir started mixing music videos in the early eighties at Sylvia's on Cedar in downtown St. Paul Minnesota and is still mixing videos today. With the launch of Netflix's movie streaming service, he saw the opportunity to take his video mixes to the global market. The first video streaming site www.Speir.TV was launched in 2011 and by 2013 Speir.TV was streaming live video mixes to people all over the world.