Bardi! The Internet Is Exploding To Pieces After The Release Of Cardi B's 'Invasion Of Privacy' Album

Bardi! The Internet Is Exploding To Pieces After The Release Of Cardi B's 'Invasion Of Privacy' Album

Name-drops and features and samples, oh my!

Published April 6, 2018

Cardi B’s forcefully anticipated, dangerously awaited debut album, Invasion of Privacy, is here… and it’s hot!

In 13 tracks, Bardi swept the internet early in the midnight hour on Friday (April 5) with the famed quadrant of already-released tracks “Bodak Yellow,” “Bartier Cardi,” “Be Careful,” and “Drip,” and nine other Bardi Gang banger-stamped smashes. The Bronx rap starlet unloaded lead track “Get Up 10” blazing out bars that reminds even the most merciless of her detractors that club bangers and hit songs are only a quarter of her hip-hop forte.

The project’s mezzo is a patchwork of twerk-certified and vibey hits like the Project Pat-borrowed “Bickenhead” and, perhaps one of the most exciting collaborations, the Chance The Rapper-featured, summer ’18-inviting “Best Life” record. Bardi also ganged up with a handful of other pleasantly surprising names in R&B and hip-hop like SZA and Kehlani, and even swung West Coast with YG on “She Bad.”

It goes without saying that the Bardi Gang is unleashing hell all up and down Instagram and Twitter timelines after the meteoric, literal overnight success of Invasion of Privacy.

And here are all the tracks, name-drops, features, bars and Bardi bangers they’re going ballistic over:

  1. For starters, Cardi threw some sexy bars at Chrissy Teigen and the bad gal Rihanna that brought everybody (including Chrissy and the Rihanna Navy) to their knees
  2. But when hip-hop positivist Chance the Rapper pulled up beside Bardi with the bars for "Best Life," the entire internet was soaked in tears of joy
  3. 11 tracks later, two assisted by R&B sweethearts Kehlani and SZA, and the internet is screaming bloody Bardi murder for the now fan-approved 'Invasion of Privacy' album. Congratulations, Cardi!

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos from left: Eduardo Parra/Getty Images, Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for iHeartMe, Dan MacMedan/WireImage)

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