Pregnant rap queen, Cardi B has achieved yet another milestone while pregnant, as she just broke Apple Music record with her debut album Invasion of Privacy, which got more than 100 million streams worldwide in just a week.
Invasion of Privacy currently holds the number 5 spot on Apple Music’s worldwide chart of most streamed albums ever, topping Ed Sheeran’s Divideand The Weeknd’s Starboy, and by mid-week, streams for Cardi’s album had already doubled those of the previous record-holder, Taylor Swift’s Reputation.
Invasion Of Privacy is expected to top the Billboard 200 chart at No. 1, according to Hits Daily Double and she will be only the fifth female rapper to do so. Cardi will be in the company of Nicki Minaj, Eve, Foxy Brown and Lauryn Hill. Upon Invasion Of Privacy‘s release, it was instantly certified Gold by the RIAA thanks to the huge success of her breakout hit “Bodak Yellow.”
Cardi now has the record for woman artist with highest first-week album streams, and the rapper who thanked her fans on her Instagram page wrote;
Woke up to take a shit and Boom!!!Thank you everybody sooo much ,FANS,Djs,Artist,BardiGang and doubters for supporting me .Thank you for buying and streaming Invasion of privacy !GOD put me here and GOD is the only one that can take me out !!! Back to sleep i go
There have been so many wins for Cardi as of late, and the 25-year-old rap star’s rise to fame hasn’t gone without being met by some type of messy commotion — most recently stemming from Nicki Minaj, who tearfully revealed in an interview with Zane Lowe how upset she was over the way her verse on Migos’ Culture 2 single “MotorSport” was handled. Cardi has yet to respond to Nicki’s comments from the interview and despite the potential drama that seems to be bubbling from these two luminaries, she certainly has a lot of successes to celebrate.