“Wild Aspect,” which dropped Friday, marks the previous Fifth Concord member’s first new music in two years — and with the video’s choreography and costumes, she didn’t come to play.
Cardi, 28, and Normani, 25, teased their Aaliyah-sampling monitor earlier within the week by posing in matching marbled plastic breastplates by Kim Mesches.
Extra artwork items than precise outfits, the sheer seems to be appear frozen in movement, making them an ideal choose for a dancer like Normani – particularly when paired with the duo’s ultra-long, flowing plaits.
And that was only a style of issues to come back. The “Motivation” hitmaker kicks off her video in a customized cutout ensemble by Isa Boulder, full with an ab-baring bodysuit and peekaboo thigh-high stockings.
Subsequent, the star hits the ground in a vibrant violet lingerie-inspired bustier teamed with an identical miniskirt, elbow-length gloves and sky-high sandals …
… Earlier than busting strikes in a red-hot, slit-up-to-there velvet costume that completely matches her dancers’ crimson catsuits.
Normani then goes full Janet Jackson, dancing on a rooftop in a black leather-based suit-and-corset combo designed by West African designer and grasp tailor Baba Jagne.
Subsequent up, she’s obtained us seeing spots, hanging poses in a chopper carrying a head-to-toe leopard print look by Harry Halim topped off with a Sarah Sokol Millinery fascinator. (These platform boots don’t appear probably the most sensible for piloting an plane, however we’ll let it slide.)
Normani later strips down for a dizzying second in a mirrored room, dancing with herself (!) in a crystal-encrusted bra and barely-there adhesive lingerie dreamt up by Laurel DeWitt.
To shut out the clip, she executes killer choreo in a sheer, gauzy white halter high and matching feather-trimmed pants that wouldn’t look misplaced in an early-aughts music video.
However when all is claimed and executed, it’s seemingly what Normani and collaborator Cardi aren’t carrying that’s certain to catch most folk’ consideration; in a sultry scene that echoes the single’s cover art, the pair embrace whereas solely nude, with solely their flowing locks to guard their modesty.
“I wanna get wild,” certainly.