New York rapper Cardi B is staying humble. The hip-hop star has stepped up with her reaction to selling over 250,000 copies of her new Invasion of Privacy album in its opening week.
Cardi went to Instagram last night (April 15) to acknowledge toppling the competition atop the Billboard 200 chart.
A few hours ago, reality TV star Kim Kardashian referenced Cardi’s “Drip” anthem on a new bikini pic.
Over the weekend, reports claimed Cardi’s new LP would easily debut atop the music chart.
Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy lands resoundingly at #1 on our Top 50 chart this week with 254k+ all in. In addition to having the second-biggest debut of 2018, the Atlantic breakout has the largest first-week streams for any debut album yet—according to the abacus-wielding primates we rely on for such things—as well as the most first-week streams (and most single-week streams) ever by a female artist. (HITS Daily Double)
Last week, Brooklyn native Fabolous hyped up the importance of Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy release.
— SOHH (@sohh) April 12, 2018