Cardi B is in a full-on celebration mode after her smash collab with Megan Thee Stallion, “WAP” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week. The single also set a new streaming record the first week it dropped.
Released Aug. 7, “WAP” pulled in more than 93 million streams in the U.S. alone within the first six days, according to data obtained from Nielsen Music/MRC Data by Billboard, the most for any track ever in its first week of release. The song, which was produced by Ayo & Keyz, marks the Grammy-winner rapper’s fourth chart-topping track and Megan, who just notched her first Hot 100 No. 1 with her Beyoncé-assisted “Savage Remix” in May, has now logged her second milestone.
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Shortly after the news, Cardi rushed to her Instagram page to celebrate the achievement with her loyal fanbase, the Bardi Gang. She shared a tidal wave of emotions as she voiced her gratitude at the magnitude of support “WAP” received.
“Number f***in one!!!!! NUMBER 1 !!!My 4th number 1 on @billboard hot 100....I’m just so thankful I want to hug the LORD!! Thank you soo much,” she wrote. “[Megan Thee Stallion], I don’t even know how to thank you. I wish I can give you a big a** hug !!! Thank you to my fans [and] Megan fans. Thank you the world for listening. I'm just soooo thankful I can’t even type it. Imma get like a bad b***h and tell ya later. Love ya WAAAAAAAPP.”
According to Chart Data, “WAP” is the first-ever female rap collaboration to debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart, which had Cardi even more hyped.
“Breaking pop records! HIP HOP DID THAT!! I’m sooo f***happy,” she expressed in a second post at the revelation. “I’m so proud of us! Yooo God is sooooo big. I did NOT see this coming. I wasn’t even expecting all this yooo.Wap Wap Wap!!!!! Thank you @theestallion!!!”
While celebrating with her fans via Instagram Live, Cardi had the cutest moment with her family when Offset and Kulture joined her. The Grammy-winning rapper and Kulture delivered an adorable sing-along to “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s film, Moana, as Offset held the toddler.
“This is our song,” Cardi gushed before she gave Kulture a peck on the cheek. Later in the video, she commented, “you look so cute. You look like Mommy.”
See the adorable family moment below.