Cardi B is making money moves.
The ‘WAP’ rapper has signed a new publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music, according to a new report.
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Variety confirmed the news, in which Cardi – who was previously signed to Sony Music Publishing – has moved to Warner Chappell Music.
The transition comes ahead of the release of her sophomore album, the follow-up to her 2018 debut album ‘Invasion Of Privacy.’
Since then she’s released a string of singles, including: ‘Press,’ ‘Please Me’ with Bruno Mars, and ‘Money’ among others.
The move is the latest from Warner Chappell’s leadership team, who have recently made deals with Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, and Saweetie.
Warner Chappell posted solid results in Warner Music Group’s earnings report last month, with a 27% revenue gain over last year, to $189 million.
Representatives for both Sony and Warner Chappell have yet to comment on the matter.