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Cardi B Serves 5 Different Looks in Video for Second Single of the Month 'Enough (Miami)': Watch

The track follows up "Like What (Freestyle)," released earlier this month

Cardi B is saying “enough is enough” in the music video for her latest single.

On Friday, the Bronx-raised rapper, 31, dropped her second track of the month “Enough (Miami)” and an accompanying music video that sees her sport five distinct looks. In the visual, filmed in Miami, Cardi raps over a thrumming beat in outfits ranging from a floor-length fur coat to a revealing red-tape bodysuit. She touts her confidence straight out of the gate, opening with lyrics like, “Me verse you and you know who they pickin’ / Cheap and expensive, you knowin’ the difference.”

<p>Cardi B/Youtube</p> Cardi B in "Enough (Miami)"

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Cardi B in "Enough (Miami)"

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Elsewhere in the track, she likens herself to basketball greats Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan, calling herself “Cardi Bryant, Cardi Jordan.”

A week prior to the song’s release, Cardi posted a sampler on TikTok that has since garnered 30.6 million views and 4.9 million likes. The teaser featured the “Bodak Yellow” rapper looking comfortable in the studio as she mouthed the lyrics to the single.

<p>Brian Ziff</p> Cover art for "Enough (Miami)"

Brian Ziff

Cover art for "Enough (Miami)"

The following Tuesday, she unveiled the cover art for “Enough (Miami),” a shimmering shot of Cardi laying nude atop a satin bench with her hair curtaining down the seat. “ENOUGH (MIAMI) OUT THIS FRIDAY 😉,” she captioned the post, which received support from the likes of Taraji P. Henson and Niecy Nash-Betts.

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“Enough (Miami)” follows up her first track of 2024 “Like What (Freestyle),” which she dropped earlier this month. “Like What” samples Missy Elliott’s 1999 hip-hop classic “She’s a Bitch,” and Cardi reigns triumphant over haters in bars like, “It's a look when I'm hoppin' out the V / Red wig hangin' down to my knees / It's your birthday, but they talking 'bout me / Why you mad? Take a picture, say, ‘Cheese.’”

Its video, directed by estranged husband Offset, has her sauntering through a luxurious home in a skin-baring bikini, another full-length fur jacket and statement jewels.

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Currently, it’s uncertain whether the two songs will be attached to the Grammy winner’s sophomore album, the successor to her critically and commercially successful debut Invasion of Privacy. As of now, the tracks continue Cardi’s trend of droplets that date back to her hit 2020 single “WAP,” featuring Megan Thee Stallion.

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