"Please Me," Cardi B and Bruno Mars' follow-up to their ubiquitous 2018 hit "Finesse," now has a new video that will surely add to its instant hit status.

Fresh off Cardi's Grammys success, the Stereotypes-assisted single ultimately bagged a No. 5 debut spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Catch the video, co-directed by Mars and Florent Dechard, up top.

The track will presumably be included in the 2019 Best Rap Album winner's setlist for her recently announced 2019 arena tour. The initial batch of arena dates kicks off with a show at the BOK Center in Tulsa July 23 following an international run of festival stops. Last year, Cardi was forced to call off her originals plans for a tour with Mars. 

"Not only am I just not ready physically, I'm not ready to leave my baby behind since the doctors explained it's not healthy for her to be on the road," Cardi explained at the time. "I hope you guys understand that this decision has been the hardest to make but I have to do what’s best for myself and my baby."

Invasion of Privacy, Cardi's Grammy-winning studio debut, was followed quickly last year by the release of the new single "Money." She later brought the J. White Did It-produced track to the Grammys ceremony, ultimately resulting in one of the best performances of the night.

Elsewhere last month, Cardi delivered an essential "Thotiana" remix, complete with a new video directed by Cole Bennett. She also has a new one with DJ Khaled in the pipeline. By Khaled's assessment, the imminent new track is a full-blown "anthem."