The ‘WAP’ rapper’s debut LP, ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ has now become the longest charting album by a female rapper on the Billboard 200.
The set has now spent an impressive 124 weeks on the chart.
It previously scored another milestone when it became the longest charting debut album by a female rapper earlier this year. At that point, it had spent 92 weeks on the chart, allowing it to surpass the previous record Lauryn Hill set with ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill.’
‘Invasion of Privacy’ housed the hits, ‘Bodak Yellow,’ ‘I Like It,’ and ‘Be Careful’ among others.
The album went on to win the 27-year-old Best Rap Album at the Grammys and scored her a nomination for album of the year.
Clearly, the album continues to resonate with fans as they eagerly await her sophomore effort.
Way to go Cardi!