Normani and Cardi B really show you their wild side in their new collab. The women danced in their birthday suits along with many other sexy visuals in the newly dropped music video. On Wednesday both Cardi and Normani jumped on social media to tease the release of the sexy track, “The world is ready for Normani supremacy!!!!” wrote Cardi B on Twitter. The former Fifth Harmony member shared a photo of the women adorned in long, luscious black hair that is also strategically covering their private areas. The hair in the swirls and swoop-like shape that baby hairs take when they are laid to perfection.
The sensual track covers Aaliyah’s “One in a Million” a hit that also had its own grown and sexy vibe that Normani and Cardi B capture perfectly. The women know they are on to something because they low-key hyped themselves up in the comment section of Cardi B’s Twitter page. “okay sooooo I just watched the video again,” said Normani with the flushed red face emoji. “Sis what the actual f-ck,” she continued. They also shared how anxious they are for the video to drop knowing what’s to come. “Ommmmgggg I’m nervous!!!!! But then again I’m not YOU DID THAT!!!!!!! I hope and you better be proud of yourself!!”
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Song Of The Summer
Fans are losing their minds and predicting that their new track is going to be the song of the summer. “Normani ate it up and left no crumbs. The Aaliyah sample is simply genius,” wrote a fan of the music video on YouTube. “I just love that she’s limitless as a dancer. Choreographers be having a field day! 🔥,” said another follower who gave the reactions that we can only assume is the kind the artists are looking for. The new video is directed by Tanu Munio who also directed Cardi’s “Up” video.
Choreography On Point
As for that spicy choreography? You can thank Sean Bankhead for that. You may recognize his work from Kelly Rowland’s track “Motivation”. The world-class choreographer has worked with Beyonce, Summer Walker, Drake, and Missy Elliott just to name a few. Clearly, the song had a very small chance of failing with this powerhouse team behind them. The video has only been live for a few hours and already it has close to 2 million views on the popular content platform. When asked about the song Normani expressed how grateful she was for how everything turned out and specifically took the time to thank Cardi for jumping on the track.
Fifth Harmony Who?
“She really showed up for me and brought this record to life by simply doing what Cardi does best. I love that woman down and I’m forever grateful.” Normani’s level of gratefulness can also be attributed to still being able to hang on to her career after the group members of Fifth Harmony alleged showed a lack of care or support for her the entire time that they were a group. She seems to be wiping the floor with the former members as her career continues to soar above a majority of the members. Can’t keep a good one down.