The rapper shared the track and his video, directed by Ukrainian director Tanu Muino, earlier this month.
In the video Cardi is seen wearing a series of elaborate sets and looks, with an introductory scene next to a tombstone that reads “RIP 2020.” In a live chat before the video was released, he also described the song as “more gangsta, more arrogant” than his most recent work.
Now, in a new series of behind-the-scenes videos that the rapper recently shared, Cardi complains about her knees while practicing her moves in 23 days at rehearsal, as her choreographer Sean Bankhead notes. “If you think I’m fucking Megan Thee Stallion, then it’s a problem!” She yells at a team member. “They are the worst knees in history.”
NME’s Kyann-Sian Williams said: “We are repeatedly seeing rap women finally take hold of the carefree tone of the genre in greater numbers than ever before, setting the bar very high for their fellow members, showing a generation of women how to be them unapologetically. Cardi B has created a new power anthem with this one.
It is the continuation of Cardi B’s collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, ‘WAP’, released last August. Cardi recently talked about how the video for the hit song cost a staggering million dollars.
‘WAP’ was recently named the number one song of 2020 by NME, calling it the “most talked about song” of the year.
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