Cardi B is back with more heat.
The entertainer announced Monday (May 27) “Press” will officially drop on Friday (May 31). The news also arrived with an image of Cardi sitting pretty in a courtroom with handcuffs, inspired by infamous serial killer Aileen Wuornos.
Wuornos, a former sex worker, was sentenced to death after being convicted for the murders of seven men between 1989 and 1990. The Michigan native maintained her innocence, claiming she killed the men in self-defense after they raped or attempted to rape her. Her infamous trial was highlighted in Hollywood when Charlize Theron portrayed the infamous figure in the 2003 film, Monster.
PRESS SINGLE AND OFFICIAL COVER ART DROPS THIS FRIDAY 5/31 pic.twitter.com/UMyASZirjD
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) May 28, 2019
There might be more layers to the track as the award-winning artist mentioned the official cover art will drop on Friday. Cardi previously released a teaser of the single in December 2018, racking up millions of views on Instagram.
Fans longed for the full release but instead, we’ve been treated to singles like “Money,” “Please Me” with Bruno Mars and guest spots like “Wish Wish” on DJ Khaled’s latest project, Son of Asahd.
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Enjoy a teaser of the track on a 2-minute loop below.