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Cardi B And Ozuna Teased Their New Song On Instagram And It Features Her Singing For The First Time

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It appears we may have another Cardi B banger on our hands. Hit makers Cardi B and Ozuna have both teased what looks like an official collaboration for Ozuna’s forthcoming album, “Trap Cartel.” And if it’s at all like either of their previous work, you may be hearing it everywhere pretty soon.

Cardi B released a preview of the new song, “La Modelo,” on Instagram.

The clip features Cardi singing, which isn’t something we’re used to from the rapper, and it’s not half bad. The clip has already racked up 3 million views in less than 24 hours.

Ozuna also posted a screen capture of his phone as he played the first 30 or so seconds of the track.

#LaModelo ? @iamcardib ProdBy @yampi_ @rvssian #Trap?Cartel @dimelovi ??

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Good thing he didn’t have any sensitive information in his notes. It looks like he’s got a full album’s worth of tracks in there, though.

This collaboration should come as no surprise. Cardi B has featured Ozuna’s music in her posts before and was in the studio with him a few weeks ago.

HITMAKERS @rvssian @ozunapr @offsetyrn @himusichiflow @yampi_ ?????

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Also in the studio was her fiancé, Offset, as well as Jamaican music producer Rvssian.

Last week, Rvssian posted this video of Cardi B complaining about the heat in Jamaica while they were shooting a music video for Ozuna.

???????????????? @iamcardib #wedehya ????? ?? ??

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“We doing this video shoot for Ozuna. It’s hot than a mother fucker.”

Ozuna also posted this photo to Instagram and tagged Cardi B in it. It appears to be a music video still, but it’s unclear.

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Although she’s not facing the camera, it’s safe to say this is Cardi B. She’s wearing the same outfit from Rvssia’s post from Jamaica, she’s rocking the blonde hair and you can just make out her famous peacock tattoo on her thigh. If it’s as hot in Jamaica as Cardi B said, Ozuna must be drenched in that sweater.

Check out this vide below for a longer listen and some video of Ozuna performing the song behind closed doors.

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READ: Ozuna Is The Only Reggaeton Artist That Would Put Samurai And A Japanese Sword Fight In His Music Video And Surprisingly It Works Great


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An Agent And Trainer Were Handed Prison Sentences For Smuggling Cuban Baseball Players Into The U.S.

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An Agent And Trainer Were Handed Prison Sentences For Smuggling Cuban Baseball Players Into The U.S.

Sports agent Bart Hernandez and trainer Julio Estrada have been convicted of smuggling Cuban baseball players into the United States and capitalizing on their multimillion-dollar professional contracts. Hernandez and Estrada were found guilty of 12 counts in March and had been under house arrest since their guilty verdict. Hernandez was sentenced to nearly four years in prison, while Estrada was sentenced to five years.

Both men were charged with deceiving “the U.S. government into granting visas and other documents to two dozen Cuban ballplayers,” the Miami-Herald reports. Some of the players that Hernandez and Estrada were responsible for bringing into the country include former Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria and Chicago Cubs outfielder Leonys Martin.

In an attempt to get lenient sentencing for Hernandez and Estrada, lawyers for the men told the judge that their clients were simply trying to give the players a chance at the American dream. “There’s no question that he made a lot of money,” Estrada’s lawyer, Sabrina Puglisi said, according to the Miami-Herald. “But this is not a case… just about greed. Almost every player he trained he’s still in touch with today.”

Prosecutors, however, painted a completely different picture. They said Hernandez and Estrada “coerced, ripped off and threatened” some of the players and their families.

The Miami-Herald reports that during the trial, a wife of one of the players testified and said her husband “was told he would be chopped up and sent to her in a box if he fled Cancun and signed with somebody else.”

They also report that an invoice showed a player had to pay the men $715,000 for “coaching and consulting services.”

Via: Agent, trainer smuggled Cuban ballplayers into U.S. Now they’re headed to prison

READ: Here’s Why Dodger Yasiel Puig Is Pissing A Lot Of People Off Right Now

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