I Like ItCardi B’s New Video ft Bad Bunny & J Balvin

The rapper Cardi B went viral on social networks to premiere her new video clip with the themeI like itfrom her first albumInvasion of Privacy”, with two great exponents of the moment in the urban genre, the Colombian J. Balvin and the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny.

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The Latin Gang, like the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny calls the union of artists in the new generation of urban sound, joined forces to carry out the video clip that transports anyone who sees it to be part of scenes and traditions worthy of an afternoon tropical.

Just a week after launching ‘Be Careful’, Cardi B brings out its entire Caribbean arsenal in ‘I Like It’. A summer theme inspired by ‘I Like It Like Thatthat Pete Rodriguez released in 1967. The rapper, who is pregnant with her first child, is shown in colorful dresses in a song full of Caribbean rhythms.

‘I Like It’, could debut in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 despite not having been released as an official single, since it is based in the number 8 Spotify United States, even above ‘Be Careful’.

‘I Like Itpresents the peculiarity of being based on ‘I Like It Like That’, the classic bugalú by Pete Rodríguez, and in fact the title of the theme of Cardi B is not casual, since the sample is so prominent that, in fact, as it happens, for example, in Drake’s new single, forms the melodic basis of the song, which in turn gives rise to its most catchy part, which corresponds to the refrain, played by Cardi B (“Oh I need the dollars, beat it up like piñatas”).

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Full of Latin flavor and typical Caribbean costumes and rhythms -like the trumpet that accompanies the verseI like it Like Thatby Pete Rodríguez, which was originally released on the albumI Like It Like Thatin 1967- the video clip shows Cardi B dressed in full color with traditional rumba accessories that make the listener experience the true spirit of fun and colorful Cuban nights.

In the videoclip directed by Eif Rivera we see the three artists in a true Latin party. Inspired by the costumes of Celia Cruz, the raper appears dressed in typical Cuban women’s costumes, while dancing to the rhythm of the song, where her advanced pregnancy can be seen for which she has had to cancel her promotional tour. The type of skirt that the interpreter uses is a traditional dress for women, frequently used in parties and other Caribbean celebrations.

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Her first album, ‘Invasion of Privacy’, will surely be number one in the United States. The media is talking about ‘I Like Itin terms of what may be the next ‘Despacito’. It is practically impossible for a hip-hop song to reach the popularity of that song, and we must not forget that, if Cardi B has triumphed in Spain, it was not thanks to ‘Bodak Yellowbut to ‘La modelowith Ozuna. But it will not be because ‘I Like Itdoes not contain catchy verses on the part of its three artists involved, highlighting that “they call me Cardi Bardi, banging body, spicy mami, hot tamale” y más de una referencia a la cultura popular (hay menciones a Lady Gaga y a ‘Mi gente‘).

Recently, Cardi B collaborated on the videoclip of the recently released songGirls Like You”, with Maroon 5, and the clip of the songDinerowith Jennifer Lopez and DJ Khaled, where she is seen singing some phrases in Spanish, together with JLO.

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The rapper Cardi B went viral on social networks to premiere her new video clip with the theme "I like it" from her first album "Invasion of Privacy", with two great exponents of the moment in the urban genre, the Colombian J. Balvin and the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny.