New York rapper Cardi B just can’t lose these days. The hip-hop diva has reacted to dominating Apple Music by having the most streamed album in its history.
Cardi hopped on Instagram Friday (April 13) to thank diehard fans on helping her reach the newest feat.
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This week, Brooklyn native Fabolous hyped up the importance of Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy release.
— RealStreetRadio (@sohh) April 12, 2018
Last week, West Coast rapper Game spoke on the importance of Cardi experiencing success with her debut.
— RealStreetRadio (@sohh) April 6, 2018
According to reports, Cardi’s new album has already reached gold status despite dropping just Friday.
Congratulations are in order for Cardi B, whose debut album, Invasion of Privacy, dropped minutes ago and is already eligible for a Gold certification. The Bronx-born rapper can attribute this figure to the massive success of her debut Atlantic Records single, “Bodak Yellow,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 last September and is certified 5x Multi-Platinum (5 million units) by the RIAA. As Chart Data recently noted, 10 track units equal one album sale, which means Invasion of Privacy has moved 500,000 units on the strength of “Bodak Yellow” alone, enough to earn a Gold certification. (Forbes)