Cardi B has another viral hit on her hands with “Up”. The track has inspired a frenzy of TikTok challenges and has inspired delivery drivers across the country to get in on the action.

In a post shared by The Shade Room on Friday (February 26), various drivers from the likes of UPS, Amazon, FedEx and the Postal Service are seen jumping out of their vehicles or in warehouses getting off their best dances moves to the Yung Dza, Sean Island and DJ SwanQo produced track.

The Bronx native’s latest single is her ninth Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. When it debuted at No. 2 on the chart on February 24, it became the highest-charting debut for a solo woman in rap since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998. The other history Cardi shares with Lauryn’s breakthrough solo work is her “Bodak Yellow” and “Doo Wop” are the only No. 1 solo rap songs in the history of the Billboard Hot 100.

Cardi B Fires Back At Claims She Makes Songs Just For TikTok Challenges

Although “Up” has given Cardi yet another song to take over TikTok and earn an extended shelf life, she’s been quick to shut down any conversations about whether or not she’s making music strictly for the powerful social media platform, or taking credit from how fans have taken the songs and made their own challenges.

“My videos been A1 from start!” she tweeted on February 8. “They got better the bigger of a artist I got soo the budget is going to double up. At first I only had 15 hours to shoot a video now I get two days. Killed it wit money & did choreography ever since Please me & press & never stop since.

She continued, “Dont try to play me like I just started this shit cause of tiktok. My last 4 videos I gave choreography & at award shows as well. Please me, press, wap & up was my last videos. EAT IT UP!”

Revisit the raunchy “Up” video below.