The wait is over. Cardi B finally unleashes one of the year’s most anticipated albums, Invasion of Privacy.
Bardi’s long-awaited debut features the 5x-platinum chart-topper “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” and “Bartier Cardi” with 21 Savage, which was recently certified platinum.
The 13-track set boasts a star-studded lineup, including Chance the Rapper, SZA, YG, Kehlani, Migos, Bad Bunny, and J Balvin, with production from DJ Mustard, Boi-1da, Frank Dukes, Vinylz, Cheeze Beatz, and 30 Roc.
It’s been a long time coming. In September, the former “Love & Hip Hop” star explained the doubts associated with her debut. “I’m a little nervous to put the project out, but I think it’s gonna do pretty good,” she told The Associated Press. “It’s a lot of pressure on me. Everybody is waiting to see what I’m gonna have next and it’s like, I hope people love it. But I have confidence. I’m really good.”
Last year, Bardi also opened up about her lack of privacy due to fame. “I cannot turn my life back around. I’m already a public figure, I’m famous,” she told Rolling Stone. “It’s like, I might as well keep it going, might as well make the money. People are always going to talk shit — I cannot make myself un-famous.”
The rumored mom-to-be will celebrate the album’s release with a performance on “SNL” this weekend. She will also share hosting duties with Jimmy Fallon on Monday’s “Tonight Show,” and perform at Coachella on April 15 and 22.