New York rapper Cardi B knows how to blow minds away. The hip-hop superstar has shared a new look at her upcoming “Up” single courtesy of an alternate artwork shot.
Cardi B’s Alternate ‘Up’ Artwork Is Breathtaking
The “WAP” hitmaker went to her Instagram page to share the eye-opening shot. The pic features Cardi’s entire back and legs including a look at her husband Offset’s name tattooed below her thigh.
“UP & ITS STUCK CD #2 preorder is live now on my website.”
The big reveal also comes as Cardi has won social media over courtesy of a hilarious, must-see new UberEats commercial.
“The latest WAG (Wayne and Garth) special guest?! ME! Go watch and remember to #EatLocal with @ubereats #ad”
Cardi B’s ‘UP’ Single Announced
The must-see commercial came following B putting out some major news. Cardi revealed her new “Up” single is slated to premiere this Friday.
“My new single “UP” drops this Friday! LETS GOOOOOO! #Up“
Hours prior, Cardi shared a steamy clip revealing she had a big announcement coming.
“I got a announcement tomorrow 📢”
Cardi B Salutes Dragon Ball Z
In January 2021, the “WAP” superstar hit up Instagram with a must-like shot alongside her king and husband Offset. She took things a step further with a salute to animé heads by referencing animé cartoon “Dragon Ball Z” characters Majin Buu and Goku.
“Majin Buu & Goku”
Cardi also shared a clip of herself rocking her stunning fit outdoors.
Hollywood Comedy On Deck
Cardi B has conquered music, TV, social media and fashion, and now she’s coming for the movie industry. The Grammy-winning artist has booked her first lead role on the big screen, as she’s set to star in the Paramount comedy Assisted Living. In Assisted Living, Cardi B plays a thief who tries to hide from the cops and criminals chasing her by disguising herself as a senior citizen at her grandma’s nursing home. Think Big Momma’s House meets Sister Act. This isn’t Cardi’s first movie role, but this will be her debut as the lead character.
(Cardi B) made her feature film debut opposite Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Keke Palmer in Hustlers, the 2019 crime drama about strippers who turn the tables on their wealthy Wall Street clientele. She also secured a role in F9, the next entry in Universal’s Fast & Furious franchise.