Cardi B's new album will be fire, to say the least. The 25-year-old rapper has revealed the complete tracklist of Invasion of Privacy.
Her first studio album will be released in a few days and, to further whet her fans' excitement, Cardi B has been unveiling new details about the record since last month. Just a few days ago, she released a seductive music video for her hit song, "Bartier Cardi," which featured 21 Savage.
On Wednesday, April 4, she revealed which songs will be featured on Invasion of Privacy.
TRACKLIST !I have some surprises;)I know you have some question:Don’t ask me and just find out on FridayThank you ️INVASION OF PRIVACY pic.twitter.com/zxb7j5xPqU — iamcardib (@iamcardib) April 4, 2018
The new album will feature 13 tracks including two of her biggest hits so far: "Bodak Yellow," which topped the Billboard Hot 100 in October, and "Bartier Cardi." Previously released tracks like "Get Up 10" were also listed on the album.
Invasion of Privacy is the follow-up to her 2016 mixtape, Gangsta B**** Music Vol. 2.
Cardi B first announced her album back in February at the iHeart Radio Music Awards 2018 where she collected her Best New Artist trophy.
Cardi B Responds To Backlash
Following the release of the audio of the track "Drip," her collaboration with the rap trio Migos, Cardi B has responded to the backlash. This is the second time that the rap newcomer has partnered with Offset, Takeoff, and Quavo following the 2017 single, "Motor Sport." The track also featured Nicki Minaj.
On Twitter, Cardi B replied to a fan who commented that she is basically the fourth member of Migos.
"I'm not," she tweeted. "I'm engaged to Offset and the others are my brothers now we want to help each other to succeed and make money. The nikka you [f***in] homeboys should support you too sis!"
Offset and Cardi B got engaged back in October 2017.
Cardi B has no time for any drama because she has plenty of performances scheduled this month. She will make her Saturday Night Live debut this coming weekend with Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman hosting the episode. She will also perform a set at this year's Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 15 and 22. In addition, the rapper will be hosting The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon next week.
Moreover, Cardi B still has to plan her wedding to Offset. While nothing has been set in stone as of yet, she rapped on the track "Be Careful" that she wants to be married like Stephen and Ayesha Curry.
Listen to the track below.