KEY POINTS

  • Cardi B's song is in the second position on the Billboard list
  • She appreciates content creators for using her song
  • She also thanked DJs for remixing her music track, "Up"

Cardi B's latest song "Up" is back in the second slot on Billboard Hot 100 list and she is thanking everyone for that.

The rapper took to Instagram on Monday to wish her fans a "Good morning" and posted a photo of the billboard's list. She thanked TikTokers, dancers, bloggers, DJs, content creators and influencers for bringing her song back to the second position.

The 28-year-old recalled that when "Up" first released on Feb. 5, it debuted at the second position. Later, it went down to the fifth position.

"I debuted at #2 then went #5 and UP climbed up back to #2 but I can't take accountability for it I gotta give it to YAAA ALL !!!," she added. "You guys been making dances so amazing, re making ya own version of the video recreating looks and it really lights my heart bright as a sunshine."

"I appreciate all the support from everybody posting and reposting. From BARDIGANG, dancers, tik tokers, content creators, blogs, dj doing their own mix, celebrities, influencers I appreciate all the love," she wrote and added, "THANK YOU SOO MUCH DEADASS!"

The music track has turned out to be the favorite background music for a TikTok dance battle between delivery drivers of various companies such as DHL, Amazon, USPS, FedEx and UPS. In the trending videos, the drivers could be seen dancing outside their own vehicles, NME reported.

In fact, YouTube content creator QPark uploaded a 10-minute video on Feb. 24 featuring songs like "Bodak Yellow," "I Like It," "WAP," and "Up."

Last week, Cardi B took her Instagram and noted that she wanted to beat her previous music track, "Money."

"I wanted to beat my last SOLO SINGLE highest billboard number which was Money that went number 13," she added. "This is beyond to debut at number 2. I'm thankful and grateful cause every time I announce a release even when it's been years of me constantly doing good people down play me then BOOM."

US rapper Cardi B, shown here performing at the 2019 Grammys, has drawn praise and criticism for her unabashed celebration of female sexuality US rapper Cardi B, shown here performing at the 2019 Grammys, has drawn praise and criticism for her unabashed celebration of female sexuality Photo: AFP / Robyn Beck