When the dust settles on 2020, the year will be remembered for two things: the coronavirus pandemic and 'WAP'.
Okay, maybe we're being a little facetious - but there's no doubt that Cardi B and Meghan Thee Stallion's collaboration has made waves like few other songs this year.
The song's pretty graphic lyrics have caused outrage in some corners, but it has been hugely successful for the rap pair. However, as Cardi B has revealed in an Australian radio station interview, even her label was reluctant to put it out at first.
She said that she only let Atlantic Records hear the track after she'd asked for the money to make the video.
‘When they heard the song they were like, 'We really like it, but that song is so explicit.' And I guess they were asking around. Even with YouTube, we couldn’t use the explicit version - we had to use “wet and gushy” [to ensure it was] PG-13.
"My label was really scared to put that record. They were like, “Can you please get another record and you could put Megan on it?” And I was like, “No”.’
She added: "I kept asking people, “Am I saying p***y too much?”’
'WAP', which stands for 'Wet Ass Pussy', has lyrics like "Put this pussy right in your face / Swipe your nose like a credit card / Hop on top, I wanna ride / I do a kegel while it's inside". Earlier this month, a sign language version of the song went viral for the most hilarious reason.
If you still, for whatever reason, haven't heard the song, you can listen below...