Cardi B’s ‘Invasion of Privacy’ is on its way to reclaiming a spot on the iTunes Albums Chart’s Top 20.
Good news for fans who feared the album would struggle to make waves via pure sales below…
The club-friendly album was unleashed on April 5th 2018 and peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 thanks to streams she lifted from the streaming giant Spotify.
This week, it seems the entertainer’s fans are just as keen to support her on iTunes and have purchased enough copies to push the album back into the Top 30.
Promising, as the set sat outside of the Top 40 weeks ago but is now currently outselling Ed Sheeran‘s latest body of work and on its way to outperforming Iggy Azalea‘s ‘Survive the Summer’ which is now on its way out of the Top 40 days after its unveiling.
The highest selling project at the moment? Travis Scott‘s ‘Astroworld.’