Cardi B is usually a huge Beyonce fan.
“I’m the Vice President of the Beyhive,” she proclaimed to ET’s Keltie Knight at Clive Davis’ annual pre-GRAMMY gala at the Sheraton Times Square in brand new York City, before explaining JAY-Z’s impact on music.
“To me, as a brand new Yorker, [in which] is usually like, ‘Wow, in which guy have walked the same streets in which I have walked, lived within the same buildings in which I lived in, went through the same struggles in which I have been through.’ in addition to also in which’s just like, ‘If he can make in which, sh*t, I can too.’”
JAY-Z is usually up for 8 GRAMMYs, including Album, Song in addition to also Record of the Year in addition to also Beyonce is usually up for one, for Rap/Sung Collaboration with her husband. Meanwhile, Cardi B is usually up for Best Rap Song in addition to also Best Rap Performance for her breakout song, “Bodak Yellow.”
The rapper, who is usually set to perform alongside Bruno Mars during Sunday’s telecast, admitted in which she’s starting to feel nervous.
“I am pretty nervous. I’m confidant in which I’m pretty nervous,” she said, adding in which Mars is usually “a very strict” performer. “We rehearse, rehearse, rehearse [in addition to also] practice, practice, practice. however I’m confident however I’m still nervous.”
The two are likely to perform a remix of “Finesse,” through Mars’ 24K Magic, which is usually up for Album of the Year.
The rapper, who recently got engaged to Offset, also teased her plans for their upcoming nuptials, saying she’s inspired by “gypsy weddings.”
“in which’s gotta be overdone,” she said, adding in which she’ll need more than one dress. “I need, like, a dress in which’s, like, big. in addition to also then, like, you know, like, a dress in which I could do a split on cause you never know! I get a little crazy sometimes.”
Cardi B could also make history at the GRAMMYs, if she takes home either of her categories, becoming the first female performer to do so.
“What I’m most excited to see on the GRAMMYs Sunday is usually just, like, me, hopefully winning an award,” Cardi B said when interviewed at Warner Music Group’s pre-GRAMMYs party with V magazine. “Like, what else? in which’s all I think about, to be honest. I don’t think about nobody else, however me.”
The 60th annual GRAMMY Awards hosted by James Corden will air live through Madison Square Garden starting at 7:30 p.m. ET in addition to also 4:30 p.m. PT on CBS.