In the clip, the 26-year-old rapper appears alongside Late Late Show host James Corden, as the pair perform some of her greatest hits, including "Bodak Yellow" and her latest, "Money".
Corden also offers Cardi B a quick driving lesson, though with disastrous consequences, as she starts reversing into a trio of parking bollards. "I think I hit something," she cries.
The teaser also sees her deal out some advice to a group of young fans, after the car pulls up alongside a school.
Rolling down the window, she yells: "What's up children! Stay in school! Listen to your mom or you won't be getting no Christmas gifts."
Cardi B has had an eventful year that began with the launch of her debut album Invasion of Privacy.
Over the past 12 months she has given birth to her first child, Kulture, with ex-fiance Offset, broken off her engagement, launched into a feud with fellow rapper Nicki Minaj, and been nominated for album of the year at the 2019 Grammy Awards.
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