Cardi B‘s domination of the Billboard charts is nothing short of historic.
The “Trap Selena,” who dominated headlines over the weekend for her show-stopping P-popping (while pregnant) at Coachella (click here for more on that), also saw her name float atop headlines for the chart-performance of her debut album – the highly anticipated ‘Invasion of Privacy.’ Wreaking havoc on both Hot 100 and Billboard 200 charts respectively, the set’s entrance brought with it some seriously record breaking feats – namely those previously set by Coachella’s biggest story: Beyonce.
According to reports, ‘Privacy’:
- Entered charts with the largest on-demand audio streaming week ever for an album by a woman (202.6 million streams)
- Defeating Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade,’ which launched at 115.2 million streams
- Logged the biggest streaming week for a debut studio album
- Trumping Lil Uzi Vert’s ‘Luv Is Rage 2’ (150.6 million streams)
- Saw most of its tracks chart, helping give Cardi 13 simultaneous Hot 100 placements overall
- Besting Bey’s 12 tracks found on ‘Lemonade’ (the ‘Formation’-led album remains the first project by a woman to simultaneously chart all its songs).
Congratulations are certainly due to the ‘Love & Hip Hop’ alum! Look inside to see who joined her in the top 25 on both charts:
Billboard Hot 100 This Week
Billboard 200 This Week
Curious to know where Cardi’s other tracks landed? Look below: