Cardi B‘s ‘Invasion of Privacy’ is no stranger to invading history books with stats that once seemed insurmountable.
In addition to becoming the first album by a female act to see every one of its singles certified Gold or higher by the RIAA (including the recently Diamond-awarded ‘Bodak Yellow’), ‘Privacy’ is also the first album by a female rapper to nab the Best Rap Album at the GRAMMYs.
Now, it’s adding another win to its seemingly countless list of victories. Details inside:
Released April 6, 2018, ‘Invasion of Privacy’ celebrated its third anniversary this week – the same time period refreshed charts revealed the set is still listed among the top 200 selling albums.
Found at #97, the updated Billboard 200 edition marks the 156th week ‘Privacy’ was posted (the equivalent of 3 years). This not only extends the LP’s title as longest-charting female Rap album ever, but it also serves as the first time any female Rap album has held tenancy on the hitlist for 3 years.
As we extend our congrats to Cardi, look below to see who joins her on this week’s TGJ Chart Check: Billboard 200.