Cardi B and Bruno Mars Take to LA Streets for "Please Me" Video

An “after the party” affair.

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After dropping off their sensual “Please Me” single earlier this month, Cardi B and Bruno Mars have quickly followed up with their official music video for the track. In the retro visuals, the two Grammy award-winning artists vibe out in the streets of L.A. with a stylish posse in tow.

The video, directed by Florent Dechard and Bruno Mars, sets the two artists in typical flirtatious situations that happen “after the party.” Cardi and a crew of ladies decked out in ’80s style enter the scene, stealing the attention of the guys with a seductive “lollipoppin’”-themed dance, choreographed by Mars alongside Tanisha Scott and Phil Tayag. The squad eventually races off under the 2nd Street Tunnel, capping off a lively night.

Besides her latest release, Cardi B has kept busy this year on many fronts. After receiving five nominations at the 61st Annual Grammys last month, she went on to pick up her first award for best rap album for Invasion of Privacy. All 13 tracks on the project have been RIAA Gold Certified or higher. In January, the artist announced that she’ll soon begin a Las Vegas residency at New Palms Casino Club and this summer, she’ll headline London’s Wireless Festival.

Watch the full “Please Me” video above. To catch up on more music, listen to Solange’s new album, When I Get Home.

 

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