Cardi B’s Debut Album ‘Invasion of Privacy’ Has Arrived [STREAM]
Cardi B's long-awaited debut album, Invasion of Privacy has arrived.
After being pushed back a couple of times following the massive success of her breakout single, "Bodak Yellow," the album quickly became among the most anticipated debuts of the year, particularly after the release of her single, "Bartier Cardi."
Clocking in at a concise 13-tracks, the album features 21 Savage, YG, Chance The Rapper, Kehlani, SZA, Migos, Bad Bunny and J Balvin—a surprise since the previously announced tracklist only named two features (21 Savage and Migos).
Cardi sat down with Ebro ahead of the release and discussed everything from her single, "Be Careful," which addresses her fiancé, Offset's, infidelity, to her supposed beef with Nicki Minaj, which she says is non-existent.
"I don't really have the time for that," she told Ebro. "It's like, if you ain't fucking my man, or if you not taking my money from me, or if you not stop my money then I don't really give a fuck about you."
Heading into the weekend, Cardi's schedule is packed. On Saturday (April 7), she'll perform on Saturday Night Live for the first time. Then on Monday (April 9). Cardi she'll co-host The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
As for the album, fans are, as expected, weighing in on it. Take a listen to the album and check out fan's reactions below. Purchase the album here via iTunes.
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