The rappers released the track on Friday (August 7) alongside a music video. However, the music video is the “radio version” of the song Cardi B explained in a recent Instagram post but the song on all streaming platforms is the explicit version.
“I just want to let y’all know, I wanna give you a heads up, with the music video, it’s going to be the censored version of the song, because the song is so nasty that YouTube was like, ‘Hold on, wait a minute, song might be too goddamn nasty,” Cardi teased. “So make sure you get the real s**t on all streaming platforms.”
“WAP” embraces females and the video accompanying it is the same with cameos from Kylie Jenner, Leigh from Little Mix, Normani, Rosalia, Mulatto, Rubi Rose, Sukihana and more. The song also features a snippet of Frank Ski’s 1993 song “Whores in This House.”
“I wanted a lot of different females, not just female rappers. … Y’all going to see it on the music video as well, from models to influencers and everything. And I really wanted the video to be very sexy, very clean, very nice, very cut,” Cardi explains to New Music Daily on Apple Music. The full conversation with Cardi will drop on Apple Music at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.
“I’m like, ‘These are the girls that I personally like. That I like they music. That I really feel they are going to go m
“WAP” is Cardi B’s first new music in 9-months and marks Meg Thee Stallion’s second collaboration of 2020, as she released a remix to “Savage” earlier this year which Beyoncé, which went on to become her first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100.
This track comes nearly a year to the day since the release of Meg and Nicki Minaj’s “Hot Girl Summer” anthem.