YouTube is making its foray into the music streaming world with the launch of its newest service, YouTube Music. On Tuesday (May 22), the company rolled out the announcement video for the service, and if you watch closely, it appears that the yet-unreleased the video for Cardi B's Latin-tinged track "I Like It" featuring Bad Bunny and J Balvinis playing in the background.
YouTube Music's entire announcement video is set to the Invasion of Privacy cut. Cardi B hasn't officially announced when the full-length "I Like It" visual will drop, but the rapper was spotted earlier in March wearing a head wrap and yellow ruffled skirt -- the latter used to hide her pregnancy before she announced it weeks later on Saturday Night Live -- which is the same outfit she's seen wearing in what seems to be the music video spliced into YouTube's announcement visual.
The new YouTube Music platform promises "a reimagined app" with playlists, music videos, live performances, full albums and more. You can sign up to learn more about YouTube Music here.