Cardi B’s winning streak is still going strong in 2018, and the release of her ravingly-reviewed Invasion of Privacy debut album has doubled its intensity.
We mean that literally, too, after the Bronx femcee just hit a double whammy by surpassing two Guinness World Record titles now-formerly held by worldwide megastar, Beyoncé.
According to the official site of the Guinness World Records, Cardi topped the Queen Bey’s recod for Most simultaneous Billboard US Hot 100 entries by a female with 13 tracks. Beyonce’s 12 records trail closely behind, which succeeded from her sixth studio album of 2016, Lemonade. Of Cardi’s 13 songs dominating the list, 12 are from her long-anticipated debut project while she has Bruno Mars to thank for No. 10: the “Finesse (Remix)” track with the master funkateer.
In January, the 25-year-old had also snatched the throne for the Most simultaneous Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Top 10 entries by a female in a single week within the list’s existence for the Bruno-led single as well as her assists on G-Eazy’s “No Limit,” Migos’ “Motorsport,” and her own “Bartier Cardi” and “Bodak Yellow” hits.
Way to keep the Bardi Gang proud, Cardi!
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