Cardi B’s debut album Invasion of Privacy is everything fans expected from and more. She has pushed the boundaries past what everyone expected from her musically.

Cardi B continues to take the rap game by storm, proving she is a forced to be reckoned with.

In this 13-track project, she demonstrates her growth as an artist and her range as a rapper because much of the content on this album expands beyond her usual hustler’s anthems. With a line-up of amazing features and samples, there’s a song for everybody on Invasion of Privacy.

Some of these features include Chance the Rapper, Migos, 21 Savage, SZA, and YG just to name a few. She delivers relationship anthems with “Ring” featuring Kehlani and “Thru Your Phone.”

Cardi also gives a nod to her Afro-Caribbean roots with features from reggaetón stars Bad Bunny and J Balvin with “I Like It.”

Homage is paid to other hip-hop legends with samples from Fat Pat on Bickenhead, a song of the summer contender, and Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor” sample on her latest hit Be Careful.

Cardi B fiercely spits bars about money, the struggle, haters, insecurities, sex, love, and living her best life throughout this very introspective album. And believe me, she does not disappoint.

Even if you don’t like the album, there’s no way you can hate on it. Belcalis Almanzar is THAT girl with a story to tell and she is here to stay!

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