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Cardi B Leaves Nothing to the Imagination in Provocative ‘Enough (Miami)’ Video

By Michael Mar 15, 2024

Cardi B might make it hard for some fans to focus on the punchy lyrics of her new single, “Enough (Miami)” thanks to the eye-popping visual for the track that dropped Friday morning (March 15). In the Patience Harding-directed clip Cardi models a series of increasingly skimpy high-fashion, thong-forward ensembles, from a futuristic black leather and spikes bondage gear kit to a burgundy sling bikini and matching platform boots — as well as a copper-colored pixie cut wig — matched with a full-length fur, and nothing else.


The video stars Cardi in a series of NSFW outfits, including a space-age red one featuring a shiny, pointy helmet and plastic oversized shades paired with a crimson tape bikini that barely covers her bikini area. The clip — which bears the heavy influence of Cardi’s musical icon Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott’s most beloved visual spectacles — mostly consists of Cardi spitting the song’s venomous lyrics on a blank soundstage. It frequently flashes between a quintet of outrageous looks, which also includes a white half shirt and thong bottom ensemble the MC models while lounging on a curved piece of plastic.

“B—s is washed, soap on the dishes/ I apply pressure like boa constrictors/ One b—h, two b—h, old b—h, new b—h/ None of y’all b—s not gon’ do s—t,” Cardi raps on the OG Parker and Romano-produced track while striking seductive poses. I see my opps linkin’ up, I’m like, ‘What in the f–k?’/ If you scared, then just say that, ho, enough is enough/ They was just in my DMs, ain’t no trustin’ these sluts/ I’m about to call up Diamond, b–ch, knuck if you/ Opps linkin’ up, I’m like, ‘What in the f–k?,’” she continues on the one-off single fans hope is a signal that she’s gathering tracks for her long-awaited follow-up to 2018 full-length studio debut, Invasion of Privacy.

Watch the “Enough (Miami)” video below.

By Michael

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