One week removed from her cinematic "Be Careful" video, Cardi B has dropped the visual for "I Like It" via YouTube Music.

Catch Eif Rivera's video for the Bad Bunny and J Balvin-featuring Invasion of Privacy cut up top.

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The lively "I Like It" follows last week's release of the Joseph Kahn-helmed video for Cardi's Jennifer Lopez and DJ Khaled collab "Dinero." The style-forward clip, fittingly, featured an iconic shot of Cardi and J.Lo reading Time in the most meta way possible. Cardi's personality, Lopez later told Sway during a TRL AM interview, reminded her of the women she grew up with. "She would speak in a way that would make sense to me," Lopez explained. "She had a tremendous insight about life, people, and the way they acted and what they did."

So far, we've been given videos for four Invasion of Privacy tracks: "I Like It," "Be Careful," "Bartier Cardi," and "Bodak Yellow." Hopefully, the incredible "Bickenhead" is next up. Wale, fresh off a new Warner Bros. deal, remixed the Project Pat and Three 6 Mafia-referencing song last week.

Next for Cardi is a run of tour dates later this year with her "Finesse" collaborator Bruno Mars. The tour gives fans in select cities the opportunity to catch the double bill multiple nights in a row, including a final four-night bow at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in October.