Cardi B is ready for “Ladies Night” 2.0.

The “Press” rapper revealed that she wants to bring together several of hip-hop’s leading ladies for an all-star collaboration. The idea was inspired by a Lil’ Kim song, but it’s not a remake of Kim’s 1997 classic “Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix)” featuring Missy Elliott, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, Da Brat, and Angie Martinez.


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“I want to do this remake, not of like ‘Ladies Night,’ but it’s definitely a Lil’ Kim song inspired,” Cardi told REAL 92.3’s Big Boy during Sunday’s Real Street Festival.

She already has a couple rappers in mind, although she wouldn’t reveal any names.

“I ain’t gonna say it, but I definitely got like a couple of people. I will say it, but it’s a secret. I got a couple of people in mind.”

Cardi is confident the song will come to fruition.

“I know I’m gonna make it happen,” she said. “It’s very specific. I really been having this idea. It’s an idea from a Lil’ Kim song that I’ve been wanting to do for a very long time. And I want to put like four female rappers, and then I wanna put one female rapper that is not signed.”

She added,

“That idea that I have is really dope and I know it’s gonna happen.”