It may have fallen out of the iTunes chart due to poor sales, but Cardi B’s latest single ‘Bartier Cardi’ is making serious bank in the United States.
Good news for the mother-to-be below…
‘Bartier’ touched down to serve as the follow-up to her smash hit cut ‘Bodak Yellow’ and leads the way for her delayed debut album.
On a pure sales front the song’s run has been dire.
However, the rapper’s status as a streaming magnet has seen the jam elevate it commercially.
How high? Around $50,000 a week high.
Figures pulled from this week’s ‘Song Revenue Chart‘:
$49,533 of this figure was generated by streaming while the remaining $5,758 was swept up by pure sales.
Good news, as it sees the star’s bosses at Atlantic rake in sizeable sums cash from the performer’s art even without the support of the album they can expect to soar just as high on platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify and TIDAL.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t all good news in the world of female rap.
For, less than nine weeks after its unveiling, Iggy Azalea‘s ‘Savior‘ has slipped out of the iTunes Top 150 due to worryingly low sales. It is set to sail out of the iTunes 200 by the end of next week.
Yet to hear the single?