Published: Sat, April 14, 2018

Cardi B Sets New First-Week Streaming Record on Apple Music

Cardi B Sets New First-Week Streaming Record on Apple Music

The 25-year-old rapper released her debut album "Invasion of Privacy" on April 6 and is already lining up projects to keep her busy throughout the year by creating a clothing collection with the celebrity favorite online store and she is adamant on keeping the prices low so everyone can recreate her bold looks.

Just two days ago Apple Music managed to hit 40 million subscribers, meaning the streaming platform amassed two million subscribers in just one month.

Cardi B's debut album Invasion of Privacy racked up over 100 million streams on Apple Music, setting a new record for first-week streams by a female artist on the service, Apple tells The Verge.

However, it's worth noting that Swift's album "Reputation" wasn't available on Apple Music until three weeks after it initially came out.


Now that the record-breaking bombshell who is set to take the stage at Coachella this weekend has finally revealed her baby bump (her sister slipped and said it was a girl), we can't wait to see how her style evolves until she gives birth to her first child with her rapper fiancee, Offset.

Listening to "Bodak Yellow", "Motorsport", "No Limit" and "Bartier Cardi", we had to wonder if the Bronx, New York native could deliver a solid album - and she did just that.

Apple says Cardi B's single "I Like It" is the most-streamed song off the album worldwide.

Cardi has also surpassed other major albums, including The Weeknd's Starboy and Ed Sheehan's Divide.

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