Cardi B's "Invasion Of Privacy" is Here!

#Bardigang it's finally time! Cardi B's debut album is finally upon us and it we cannot get enough of it. The album features previously released singles Platinium hit & song of Summer 2017 "Bodak Yellow", along with "Bartier Cardi" (Feat. 21 Savage), "Be Careful" & most recently "Drip" (Feat. Migos). Also after teasing that there will be some big surprises on the album we now know that the album features 

Cardi has had a long road to the top starting back in 2015 becoming a regular on VH1's hit tv series Love & Hip Hop: New York. After being on the show fro 2015-2017 she announced that she would be leaving to focus on her music. A few months later she announced that she signed her first major record label deal with Atlantic Records home to many artists she has collaborated with including Bruno Mars & Kehlani. It wasn't until her debut single "Bodak Yellow" that Cardi gained national attention as it reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, she was the first solo female rapper to hold this position since Lauryn Hill released "Doo Wop (That Thing)". The song held that number 1 spot on the charts for Three weeks certifying it as a hit, since then the song has been certified 5x Platinum. She also racked up two Grammy nominations for the song & even performed at the show with Bruno Mars for their "Finesse (Remix)". 

Since the Grammy's Cardi has been hard at work making her debut album starting to tease it a few weeks ago when she posted that on Instagram saying that the project was in the works. It was during our 2018 iHeart Music Awards that while accepting the award for "Best New Artist" she announced her album would be coming in April. 

Building hype for the album she dropped the cover art, along with a new song "Be Careful" and most recently the "Bartier Cardi" video Featuring 21 Savage (With a cameo from her boo Offset). 

With the album finally upon us its definitely going to be on repeat all weekend and hopefully all summer long. 

Listen Cardi B's debut album, Invasion of Privacy here:

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