The Cardi b’s latest album, A Day To Remember, is not good enough to be considered pop music.
But, it’s a step in the right direction for the Chicagoan.
That, at least, is the case if you’re the type who has listened to it in a dark room, in the dark, in a hotel suite, in an airplane, on the subway, in another plane, and even in the shower.
There are, of course, plenty of reasons why a pop album that has its cover printed in neon letters and its lyrics written in cursive is not a good fit for the pop industry.
It doesn’t even really fit in the category of “serious pop.”
But Cardi, with her trademark intensity and intensity, does not disappoint.
The title track, “A Day To Thank God,” begins with a lyric, “You’re my only hope.”
The song is about how the world has been, and has been since the days of Jesus Christ.
It’s about a man who had a baby, and how he could not help but worry that the child would die.
He prayed, “If God was willing to give me a son, I’d be willing to take him with me,” to God.
The song ends with the verse, “He’s not the only one who loves me.”
The sentiment is true: God loves us all, and the Bible is the one source of hope.
The album, which is available for purchase on iTunes and Spotify, is a collection of six songs written by Cardi.
Each song is a reflection of the artist’s inner voice.
“A day to thank God” starts with a simple, powerful statement.
“I want to thank you, thank you for your love,” sings Cardi on “Aday To Thank,” which features the line, “I don’t want to see you.”
The title of the song, “Telling You” is about the power of words to reach the heart and the truth.
“There are many people out there who don’t know what they’re talking about,” Cardi sings.
“They’re scared to say it.
But I know you are scared too, I know.”
The singer also uses her song “Pray For Me” as a metaphor for the pain of being a mother.
“When you think about my life,” she sings on “Praise For My Daughter,” “you think of me.
You think of what I went through.
You wonder, ‘Who is this baby?
Why didn’t she die?’
And then you go through it.
I pray that God blesses me for giving my baby a chance to be born and be happy.
I don’t think I’d have made it without him.”
“When I first heard about Cardi’s pregnancy I thought she was going to be pregnant for the rest of her life,” says a source close to Cardi who asked to remain anonymous because he was not authorized to speak publicly.
It’s a love song that opens the album. “
“The album opens with “You’ll Always Know Me,” which begins with the line “I’m going to sing for you.”
It’s a love song that opens the album.
“My baby’s coming.
My baby’s going to come,” Cardis sings.
And she sings it in front of her baby, a six-week-old baby, whose name is Sam.
The lyrics about the baby are so powerful, they almost sound like a joke.
Cardi says she had a lot of anxiety about the pregnancy and its potential to affect her mental health.
She said the pregnancy was an “emotional roller coaster.”
She said she had no idea she would have a child.
She has spoken of her experience with her pregnancy, which has caused her to lose all control over her body.
“In the middle of my third trimester, I had an aneurysm in my head, and I couldn’t sleep,” she told the New York Times.
“So I went to the hospital and they put a bandage on it and I woke up in the emergency room with a bloody nose, a bandaged nose.
My mom said, ‘Don’t worry, just hold on to that nose.
I’m going in there and I’ll stitch it back together.'”
She went back to the doctors and they told her that her brain was getting more and more damaged and that she was about to have a stroke.
The doctors told her they were worried about a clot in her brain and that it would kill her.
They said, “We don’t care.”
Cardi told her mom, “The doctors say it’s the best thing I’ve ever done.
You’re my rock.”
She says that her mom had no doubts about it.
Cardim’s father, George, is also the bass player on Cardi and Cardi has been in a relationship with him since she was 15. “He