Cardi B’s ‘Invasion Of Privacy’ is the first album in history to be certified platinum or higher on every song.
DAT, what did she do? According to Chart Data, Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy is the first album in history to have every song certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Cardi B said she was excited about her second album and thanked her fans in response to the announcement. “Amazing… [love Emjoi] can’t wait for my second album. “Thanks for all the love and support,” she continued.
Since its release, the 2018 album has been making history. According to Billboard, the 29-year-old sophomore’s album became the first by a woman rapper to reach “its 200th week on the Billboard 200, the latest in a long series of accomplishments Cardi has achieved over the past five years” last month.
Cardi B also holds the record for the most-streamed female rap album on Spotify, and she was the first female rapper to win a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album in 2019.
According to Billboard, Cardi “has two diamond-certified songs as a lead artist:” Bodak Yellow “and” I Like It “with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, as well as an additional diamond plaque for her appearance on Maroon 5’s mega hit, “Girls Like You.”
Cardi B gave us a glimpse of her son a few weeks ago, and people on social media had a lot to say about it.
In response to the negative comments, she tweeted, “How folks furious because people were begging me to see my son and I replied?” feels like I can’t do or say anything these days without irritating people.”
Perhaps I should erase all of my social media accounts or just die because wtf. If she continued, “If I post is because I want attention, if I voice my thoughts is because I want attention, if I upload a pic is because I want attention, I’d talk about my kids, which I’m with every day, because I want attention,” she continued. wtffff…
Congratulations, Cardi B!