With Normani, Kylie Jenner, Rosalía, Mulatto, Sukihana, and Rubi Rose involved, alongside Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, you could feel the girl power oozing from the screen — and that's exactly what they were going for.
"I have always been such a champion for all women, both inside and out of the music industry," Normani told POPSUGAR. "We're so multifaceted and have so much to offer. I'm all about female empowerment, which is everything that this moment stood for, and I was humbled to be a part of it."
"There is such a double standard when it comes to women showcasing their sexuality, and I want to change that."
But aside from being able to work with a team of badass women, Normani was really excited to be part of the project because of what it stood for: "I'm all about femininity and embracing sexuality," she said. "I feel like there is such a double standard when it comes to women showcasing their sexuality, and I want to change that. If we put ourselves out there, it can oftentimes be portrayed as distasteful or in a negative light, when really it's a beautiful exhibition of empowerment. Let's change the dialogue. Erase judgment, increase support, and empower women."