Typically, Cardi B is not G-rated, music or otherwise. But one New York educator is using the rapper's hit single, "Bodak Yellow" to help teach kids about geography.

Recently, footage surfaced of teacher, Erica Buddington remixing the song for a classroom of students, with a twist. Instead of the regular lyrics, Buddington has inserted her own educational bars. "Line it up with the equator it's not algebra/We'll turn up the temperature like we're in Africa/Honestly pardon me I'll just give you the data/It's second to the Earth's biggest continent yes it's Asia/Yeah it's cold so I just put on my Nautica/If I'm trying to trek south end up in Antarctica," she raps.

Bars! The kids in the video are definitely feeling vibe and are dabbing and turning up in their seats.

Cardi is killing the game right now and is emerging as the breakout artist of 2017. "Bodak Yellow," which has a strangle hold on the unofficial Song of the Summer title, continues to rise on the Billboard Hot 100 and currently sits at No. 3 on the chart. It is the highest charting song by a female rapper since Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda," which dropped three years ago.

The former reality show star will be performing tonight at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show.

Check out the video of Buddington reciting the "Bodak Yellow" geography remix below.

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