Normani drops single 'Wild Side' and tweeps feel exactly what they need!
Former girl group star and artist Normani has dropped her well-anticipated single Wild Side with Cardi B, and the song is already popping on Twitter.
With the world in turmoil and not much hope in sight, fans felt like a light was sent from above after artist Normani released her single Wild Side featuring rapper Cardi B.
The star also dropped the music video, featuring more mature visuals as the star graduates from her Motivation era.
Shortly after it's release, fans took to Twitter with their verdicts on the song, excited for the Normani comeback. Many praised the star for keeping up the excellence and bringing groove energy back to the charts.
Users also felt that Normani collaborating with Cardi B was a chef's kiss when it comes to black women killing it.
Check out their reactions below:
Normani has two music videos and both of them will be studied by aspiring artists for years. Her work is God-tier.— Mx. Brian Latimer (@briskwalk) July 16, 2021
okay but why did Normani and Cardi had to go so hard like that on the video and song. 🔥— Mego ❄️ (@she_mego) July 16, 2021
My thing is y’all had 3 years to make the ‘other girls’ the topic of discussion and y’all didn’t. Normani gave y’all 3 years. Tonight is about ha. Go buy the other girlies music and shut up. Stream wild side— SWEEDEE (@Nkorslay) July 16, 2021
In a more local take on the international music scene, media personality Sizwe Dhlomo has placed his bets on Drake after the One Dance star was pitted against Kanye West in an all out “whose the better artist anyway?” war on the TL.
It all began after a tweep claimed that no-one can beat Kanye when it comes to rap verses, and anyone who goes up against the star will tie at best.
However, the Kaya FM host weighed in that Drake could kill it and win hands down.
But the celeb had some naysayers in the reply section of the tweets. One such person tried to school the star on Kanye being a more successful rapper but Sizwe clapped back with facts about Drake being a leader in the music industry and reminding the tweep that this is his job.
"... And Drake has the most Billboard Hot 100 entries. Not rapper, artist, period! That includes people like Taylor Swift & Elvis. Relax bro, I do this for a living,” said Sizwe.