Debbie Harry is a legend. The lead singer of Blondie was a trailblazer within the 1970s punk scene, and he or she’s one of many coolest folks alive too.
“I LOVE it!” Harry exclaimed whereas professing her admiration for Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s cleverly raunchy verses.
“Cardi B is outrageous and he or she’s overtly sexual, so [‘WAP’] is quintessential Cardi B.”
“It’s very attractive and scorching and naughty – maybe even soiled – and the nice factor is it hasn’t been censored. At first I used to be going: ‘Wow, I want I may do one thing like that’, realizing full nicely that I couldn’t. However I want I may!”
Debbie should not be so modest about her personal rapping talents. Again in 1981, Blondie’s “Rapture” grew to become the first #1 song to have a rap verse in it.
Hey, who is aware of—possibly the following time Cardi and Megan open a kind of doorways within the “WAP” mansion, they’re going to discover Debbie residing her greatest life in there too.
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