On June 9, beloved Bronx rapper Cardi B and reggaeton reina Ivy Queen met for the first time, no doubt triggering a tectonic shift as the Caribbean islands collectively trembled from the significance of such an encounter. Take a deep breath and feast your eyes on the caribeña magic of this moment. We are not worthy:

Both artists performed at Soulfrito Fest, a Miami-born celebration that unites artists from the reggaeton, hip-hop, and dembow worlds. In the post, Cardi says that Ivy Queen’s music “was one of the first reggaeton songs I ever listened to.” As a Trinidadian-Dominican woman from the Bronx, Cardi (aka Belcalis Almanzar, shout out idiosyncratic Dominican names) has never been shy about her love for reggaeton, Spanish-language trap, and dembow. Just check the brief history below for proof  (if we missed anything, sound off in the comments).

2015: Cardi Stars in the "Chapi Chapi" Video

Before her time as Love & Hip-Hop‘s breakout star, Cardi starred in Farruko and Messiah’s “Chapi Chapi” video, the infamous hit that exploded into Uptown clubs in 2015. In the video, Cardi gives a lesson in the art of chapeo (aim high, curve his ass if he won’t drop the cash), with a classic Cardi snicker, no less. It provides a much-needed rejoinder to the misogyny rooted in the term.

May 2016: La Insuperable's "Cero Gogas"

We are all Belcalis singing along to La Insuperable’s “Cero Gogas.” GET A BITCH TO TRANSLATE, INDEED.

April 2017: De La Ghetto, Bryant Myers, Bad Bunny and Zion's "Caile"

I listen to this song 15 times a day ❤️❤️❤️

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Like a true fan, Cardi’s got a soft spot for noted sensi reggaetonero De La Ghetto. Sad boys got bops, too.

May 2017: "Tu Foto," "Que Fue," "Que Vivan Lo Tiger"

Who among us hasn’t posted a solo-dolo cover of Ozuna’s “Tu Foto” in a fast food joint? In early May, Cardi said she was on a Spanish-language music kick and posted the first clip of her singing the PR reggaetonero’s megahit on Instagram.

WE PARTY EARLY OVER HERE .I be trying to be out the hood but I can't put loud music in my Caucasian neighborhood

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On May 2, Cardi saved us from the caucasity of Cinco de Mayo weekend with a Corona-fueled pregame set to Tali and El Alfa’s “Que Fue” and Lito Kirino, Tali and Sensato’s baboso banger “Que Vivan Lo Tiger.”

May 2017: Ozuna's "Tu Foto" and El Mayor Clásico's "Versace"

I’m calling it: Cardi *might* be a bigger Ozuna stan than me (who can resist those dulcet tones, though?). Here she is in May, singing along to “Tu Foto” once again.

P.S. Raise your hand if you also yodel uncontrollably when you do an El Mayor Clásico impression 🙋🏽

June 2017: Bryant Myers

@iamcardib es una fanatica full de @bryanttmyers | #Cardib #Bryantmyers #Soulfrito

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I rarely condone public FaceTimes, but Cardi geeking out over Bryant Myers, Puerto Rico’s one and only frog-voiced trapero, gets a pass. You do you, Cardi.

June 2017: Ozuna's "Tu Foto"

NAAA MY FAVORITE SONG EVER!!!!! @ozunapr !!!This song be making mewhen I'm out my bag @ozunapr

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I looveeee all of @ozunapr songs !!!! After the Barclays!!!

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SMASH the mf repeat button on “Tu Foto,” Cardi.

June 2017: Bad Bunny

Caileeeeee @badbunnypr

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Cardi also got the chance to meet trap superstar Bad Bunny during Friday’s Soulfrito show. At this point, I’m just gonna pray for a full BB, Ivy Queen, and Cardi B mixtape so the world can get the Spanish-language Offset ad-libs it deserves.