Carol, Nicki team up for glamorous video

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Light, bright and just so staggeringly airy, this wonderfully refreshing living room is the last word in trendy pastel usage! A dark wood floor offers the perfect contrasting base that makes white walls and furniture really pop and sparkle and then there’s the rug and curtains! A smattering of pastel scatter cushions and a well-chosen plant really finish the glittering aesthetic to perfection. If you’re planning to Instagram, we’d suggest using the #pastellife and
After clarifying her retirement plans, Nicki Minaj has returned with a bilingual song with the Colombian sensation.
Produced by Ovy on the Drums, “Tusa” marks the first collaboration between the two chart-toppers, who have reportedly been messaging privately on Instagram before working together in the studio.
“[The collaboration] came into my life unexpectedly and I wanted to keep it like that for my fans. The collaboration and the song means more to me than I can put into words. I hope everyone enjoys ‘Tusa’ as much as Nicki and I did creating it!” Karol G said in a statement.
Karol G enlisted Nicki Minaj for the music video of her latest single, ‘Tusa.’
“Tusa” also arrived with a pink-infused accompanying video, directed by Mike Ho, who previously helmed the visual for Minaj’s “Hard White.”

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