Cardi B’s latest single “Up” recorded a dance battle between delivery drivers from different companies, which is currently taking place on TikTok.

Drivers like UPS, USPS, FedEx, Amazon and DHL have taken part in the trend, which sees them dancing to the rapper’s latest hit outside of their vehicles in response to each other.

You can take a look at some of the best efforts below.

@ okaykeith614

#up #cardib #cardi #amazon #okaykeith

original sound – OkayKeith

@prettyfinebrownnn

Top – Cardi B

@ ambeezy3

“WARNING, THIS IS RIGIDITY FOR ME” DHL REGISTRATION FROM “A” 😩😂😂😂😂

original sound – Cardi B

@mailroombritt

USPS RESPONDED AS SEEN ON Theshaderoom…. #viral #fyp #upchallenge #foryoupage

original sound – Britt💕

‘Up’ was released on February 5 and reached No.2 on the U.S. Singles Chart, the ninth Top 10 single of Cardi’s career.

“It’s BIG for me,” she wrote in response. “I wanted to beat my last solo single [2019’s ‘Press’, which went to number 16 in the US singles chart] and I was too successful.

Cardi also commented on how “Up” ‘s significant chart debut made her the first solo rapper to debut in the Billboard Hot 100 top five since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998. , which has become number one. in its first week.

“She’s pop girl, but I’m not pop,” she added.

Meanwhile, Cardi said she would like to collaborate on a song with Lizzo, but also told fans to “stop pressuring” her to make music.

The rapper shared several photos of Lizzo via her Twitter yesterday (February 28) in which she praised the singer’s aesthetic: “These photos do it for me.” After fans demanded they collaborate, she replied, “I can’t even show love to people with 100 collab collab collab.”