Hoop earrings are a black girl staple, and they will forever be a part of our fashion and culture. “Hoop earrings and cornrows, they tell me that they love me.” But, Pardi is not putting the girls in a box, he makes it clear that all black women are celebrated over here,
“If you bartendin’ or you go to class, if you on the pole, if you’re throwin’ a**. Baby do your thing, if you’re a Black girl, if you’re a Black Girl.”
Produced by DJ Swanqo, the record’s bass is roaring percussion, a clear invitation for the models in the video to twerk.
The video directed by Sage English is set at the Beauty Works Beauty Supply Store in his home city Newburgh, New York. Pardi plays a store clerk and closes as the shop owner and her friends pre-game and get ready for a night out. And it wouldn’t be a Pardi banger without the twerking girl at the end, un-choreographed and poppin’ her sh** as Pardi talks his.
The Newburgh, New York native is most known for his writing on Billboard shattering Bodak Yellow for the GRAMMY Award-winning Cardi B. Also, his own Billboard Hot 100 charting record “Backin’ It up” featuring Cardi peaked at number 40. Pardi has also written records for notable artists such as Kanye West, Lil Nas X, and Ed Sheeran.
Hopefully, Pardison Fontaine is now focused on his music first and foremost, and if “Hoop Earrings” is any indication of his dedication we are excited for what he has coming.