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Cardi B has launched a brand new video for her music “Hot Sh*t.” The music, which was launched on July 1 and options Kanye West and Lil Durk, was the primary new music from the artist in over a year. The video, which dropped on July 12, options the artist defying gravity and scaling the NYC skyline. She additionally performs with hearth in an all-white room. Lil Durk seems within the video, in addition to a determine sporting a helmet subsequent to a motorbike who’s presumably Kanye West.
Cardi B introduced the Tay Keith-produced single’s arrival by way of Instagram on June 26 with a cinematic visible of her overlooking New York City in a superhero-style outfit; the phrases “Coming soon, Cardi B, July 1” ran throughout the display screen in neon orange letters. The following day, she shared the “Hot Sh*t” cover artwork on Instagram and confirmed West and Durk’s visitor spots whereas additionally noting that the music would launch with no music video.
During an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe — launched on June 30 — Cardi B shared what it was like working with West on the brand new music, noting that she obtained his verse a few months in the past when he was “all over the media.” “I had a lot of conversations with Kanye West. I learned so much about him and he’s such an amazing, sweet person,” she stated. “I’ve been feeling like, I wish a lot of people have conversations with him so they could just see the real . . . him.”
“Hot Sh*t” arrived forward of Cardi B’s long-awaited follow-up to her Grammy-winning debut, “Invasion of Privacy.” Cardi’s sophomore album will likely be her first album launch in over 4 years.
In an April 2021 XXL interview, Cardi B mentioned the method of recording her new album. “I feel like at this point, it’s like a timeline that I created,” she informed the outlet of the album’s launch schedule. “Because last year, I was like, I gotta put out my album this year. But, then I just stopped working on my album out of nowhere because I feel like the whole COVID thing discouraged me to put out my album.”
Over the previous year, Cardi B has welcomed her son, Wave Set Cephus, and hopped on two massive singles — Kay Flock’s drill anthem “Shake It” and Summer Walker and SZA’s “No Love” remix. Now, followers cannot wait to listen to what else she has up her sleeve for her personal catalog.
Watch the video for “Hot Sh*t” forward.