Cardi B is a big fan of the whisper sensation technique to help insomniacs get a good night's sleep. The Bronx born rapper recorded an ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) video, after admitting she's a fan of ASMR to help put her to sleep.
Viewers of ASMR videos say they feel a tingle at the beginning of their scalp, down the back of their neck, and spine when they watch videos with soothing whispers, hand gestures, nail tapping and brushing sounds.
The "low grade euphoria" is also triggered by stimulating visuals and sounds of people eating crunchy food.
The "Bodak Yellow" star was tasked with making her own ASMR whisper video for W magazine. In the video footage, the 26-year-old mother-of-one Cardi whispered about her career and her desire to avoid the dreaded one-hit-wonder category.
Cardi B said her husband, rapper Offset thinks it's "weird" that she listens to ASMR every night before bed.
"When Bodak Yellow came out, I was wondering if this was going to be my first hit, and it was,” she whispered in the video. “It changed my life forever but I was also scared because the song was so big, I didn’t know if the next record was going to follow up. I didn’t want to be a one-hit wonder."
Cardi also tapped her nails on a wooden child's toy, and caressed a furry pillow while looking lustily into the camera.
"I hope that this put you to sleep and I hope that this relaxed you and you have a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, blessed, blessed, blessed day,” she whispered in conclusion. "This is Cardi B, ASMR edition."
Question: Would you watch a Cardi B whisper sensation video to help you sleep?
Watch Cardi's video below.