Cardi B, Kanye West, and Lil Dirk “Hot Sh*t” Music Video

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Cardi B has released a new video for their song “Hot Sh*t”. The song, which was released on July 1 and contains Kanye West And Lil’ Dirk was the artist’s first new musical in more than a year. The video, which dropped on July 12, shows the artist defying gravity and measuring the NYC skyline. She also plays with fire in a white room. Lil Durk appears in the video, along with a figure wearing a helmet next to the motorcycle which is probably Kanye West,

Cardi B announces arrival of single produced by Ty Keith instagram With a cinematic view of New York City in a superhero-style costume on June 26; The words “Coming soon, Cardi B, July 1” ran across the screen in neon orange letters. The next day, she shared the “Hot Sh*t” cover art. instagram And confirming guest spots from West and Dirk also noted that the song would be released without a music video.

during a Interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Music 1 – released on June 30 – Cardi B shared what it was like working with West on the new song, noting that she found her poem a few months ago when it was “all over the media”. “I had a lot of conversations with Kanye West. I learned a lot about him and he’s such an amazing, lovely person,” she said. “I feel like, I wish a lot of people would have a conversation with him so they could just see the real … him.”

“Hot sh*t” arrives before Cardi B’s long-awaited follow-up Grammy Winner First entry, “invasion of privacy.” Cardi’s sophomore album will be her first album release in four years.

in April 2021 XXL In the interview, Cardi B discussed the process of recording her new album. “I think at this point, it’s like a timeline that I’ve made,” she told the outlet of the album’s release schedule. “Because last year, I was like, I have to put out my album this year. But, then out of nowhere I stopped working on my album because I think the whole COVID thing discouraged me to put out my album “

Over the past year, Cardi B has welcomed her son, wave set safe, and two big singles – Kay Flock’s drill anthem “Shake It” and Summer Walker and SZA’s “No Love” remix. Now, fans can’t wait to hear what else they have in store for their catalogue.

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