Get it, girl! Cardi B gave fans a sneak peek of her upcoming music video for her next single, "Up," and showed off the revealing outfit she plans to wear in the video, which was made up of carefully placed stickers and body jewelry.
The 28-year-old posed in front of a mirror and shook her hips to show off the skimpy pink look. "This outfit was all sticker on. 'UP' OUT FRIDAY !! You ready ?" she captioned the clip.
The Hustlers actress wore a tiny pink thong, and her chest was covered in nipple pasties — but she let her cleavage hang out in the saucy snap. The look was completed with shimmering pink body stickers that dangled from her arms, stomach and legs. She left her long black tresses down and gave fans a good look at her long, white nails.
Cardi B also donned the same look in a promotional image for the song.
"QUEENNN," one fan gushed in the comments section.
"Love this you are so gorgeous I swear you get prettier everyday," another wrote.
"Wooow," a third fan remarked.
Cardi B followed the pink look up with an equally revealing snap, where she showed off her booty, which was barely covered by a silver two-piece, with matching rhinestone high heels and jewelry.
"UP & IT’S STUCK CD #2 preorder is live now on my website," the "I Like it" singer captioned the post.
"I want to thank all my fans and everyone that genuinely support me. I been preparing for this week for over a month. Unfortunately I’m not feeling how I wanted to feel today. I’m very happy that you guys are happy and just know I do this cause ya go so hard for me," Cardi B tweeted when she announced her new single.
I want to thank all my fans and everyone that genuinely support me .I been preparing for this week for over a month.Unfortunately I’m not feeling how I wanted to feel today .I’m very happy that you guys are happy and just know I do this cause ya go so hard for me .— iamcardib (@iamcardib) February 2, 2021
"Up" will be her first release since her hit "WAP" with Megan Thee Stallion.
She also appeared on Anitta’s "Me Gusta" and BLACKPINK’s "Bet You Wanna" track last year.