New York rapper Cardi B knows her music is sort of a big deal. The hip-hop star has reacted to her 2018 Invasion of Privacy album breaking a new Billboard milestone.

Big Facts: On Monday, Cardi hit up Instagram to reflect on having the longest charting debut by any female rapper – ever – and also reminded fans her sophomore album is still in the works.

High-Key Details: In December 2019, Cardi asked her millions of fans if they’re ready for a new project.

Wait, There’s More: B’s 2018 solo album is reportedly digital platform Spotify’s most streamed female rap album – ever.

Before You Go: Over the past few years, B has remained busy-busy with fashion ventures, new music and acting roles.

Besides winning a Grammy, she also launched a Fashion Nova collection, which sold out in a matter of minutes. The 27-year-old also made Billboard history when she became the first female rapper with two Billboard Hot 100 number hits: “I Like It” and “Bodak Yellow.” The former Love & Hip-Hop  star also made her movie debut in the flick Hustlers alongside Jennifer Lopez, Constance Wu and Lili Reinhart. (Madame Noire)