‘Cardi Tries’: Release date, where to livestream, concept and all the hype around rapper’s new video series on Messenger and Instagram

The 28-year-old female emcee, who is no stranger to reality series, has announced her brand new show on Facebook Messenger and Instagram titled ‘Cardi Tries’


                            ‘Cardi Tries’: Release date, where to livestream, concept and all the hype around rapper’s new video series on Messenger and Instagram
Cardi B (Getty Images)

Forget streaming giants like Netflix, HBO or Hulu, Cardi B is all set to get the Internet hyped over her new series on Facebook and Instagram. Yes, the 28-year-old female emcee, who is no stranger to reality series, has announced her brand new show on Facebook Messenger and Instagram titled ‘Cardi Tries’.

The rapper took to her official Twitter account to share the big news with her fans. She captioned the post as, “Get ready yall! My new show ‘Cardi Tries ____’ launches today! Watch me try ballet, stunt car racing and basketball to name a few. Check it out every Thursday on @messenger and @instagram video chat #WatchTogether! #CardiTries.”



 

Speaking of reality series, Cardi B was seen on VH1’s ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ in 2015 as a contestant and she also took over as a judge for Netflix’s hip-hop show called ‘Rhythm + Flow’ in 2019.

When is it releasing?

Cardi B’s brand new series has already hit the Internet with its’s first episode on December 17, 2020.

Where to live stream?

All episodes will be available on Facebook Messenger and Instagram every Thursday through February 4, 2021. You can catch the first episode right here.

What is it about?

As revealed in the trailer, the new show focuses on Cardi B taking on new things that she hasn’t done before. The trailer also mentions that the award-winning rapper will be trying ballet, basketball, stunt car racing, making sushi, wig making, video games and much more. The new eight-part series is part of the platform’s new “Watch Together” feature which allows audiences to enjoy Facebook Watch videos with friends and family in real-time, as reported by Deadline.

Creators

Cardi B performs onstage during Universal Pictures Presents The Road To F9 Concert and Trailer Drop on January 31, 2020, in Miami, Florida (Getty Images)

Cardi B’s ‘Cardi Tries’ was created by Facebook’s Messenger and Jesse Collins Entertainment, as reported by Deadline. Cardi B, Jesse Collins, Dionne Harmon and Patientce Foster serve as executive producers on the show.

Cast

According to Deadline, the ‘WAP’ hitmaker will be joined by actors, athletes and other professionals throughout the series. We will see Michelle Rodriguez of ‘Fast & Furious’ fame, Debbie Allen of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers and country music singer and songwriter, Mickey Guyton, among others in different episodes guiding Cardi B in her weekly tasks.

Trailer

Cardi B had shared the trailer on her official Instagram account which you see right here.



 

From explaining to her ballet teacher, who also happens to be 'Grey's Anatomy' star Debbie Allen, “I used to be a stripper,” to freaking out while learning a 360 burnout in a stunt car, the rapper tries everything possible under the sun in her new show.

How’s the buzz

A lot of social media users took to Twitter after Cardi B had announced her new show. A few also saw the first episode and spoke about the same. One user said, “his show is an insanely good idea I know every week will be absolutely hilarious.” Another stated, “This should be on TV.” One added, “This is giving me low budget show.” One expressed, “Can't wait to see the episode of your life when you use your sense. Pause holdup . ............ Naaa not interested.

” Another said, “I love it Cardi, you are so cute and funny! Keep the but down and watch out for those nails!” One individual asserted, “Oh snap they let you drive. Cant wait to tune it you're gonna make it epic your personality jumps off the screen.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

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