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The Grammy-winning female rapper releases the visuals around two weeks after she informed her online devotees that the track would not be unleashed with its music video.

AceShowbiz - Cardi B has a special surprise for her fans. Despite previously declaring that her new single "Hot S**t" ft. Lil Durk and Kanye West would be released without a music video, the Grammy-winning femcee decided to unleash its visuals.

The 29-year-old New York native opens the Tuesday, July 12 clip by rapping her verse on top of a skyscraper. "Now this that hot s**t/ Jimmy Snuka off the top rope, superfly s**t (Fly)/ Might get in the tub with all my ice on some 'Pac s**t (Hot)/ Either way you slice it, bottom line, I'm the top b***h," she rhymes.

Lil Durk later shows up, standing on the top of a drowning car under the bridge. He also joins Cardi in a desert to deliver their bars together on the top of a giant statue. As for Ye, he pops up with his signature face mask.

"Hot S**t" hit streaming services on July 1. Ahead of its release, the "Hustlers" actress divulged that Tay Keith-produced track would not be dropped with its visuals due to some issues with her record label.

"You know how I usually do the most with the promo?" the mom of two asked during an Instagram Live back in June. "I just don't feel like doing too much this time around because I'm just exhausted with everybody. I'm so tired of people not doing their f**king job correctly, I'm so tired of people just doing things their way. I'm just over it, you know what I'm saying?"

The wife of Offset said she initially wanted to cancel dropping the song, but she has changed her mind. "At the end of the day, the record is amazing," she assured her fans. "I love the record, it's something that I feel like y'all haven't heard from me before."

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