Cardi B has made her debut performance at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival memorable by delivering performances that are nothing short of legendary.

On Saturday, April 14, the rapper slayed at the main stage of the annual music festival where she performed some of her most popular singles including "Get Up 10," "Drip," "I Like It," "Bodak" Yellow," and her verse in the widely popular remix of Bruno Mars' "Finesse."

The 25-year-old also had some help. During her set, she brought out her collaborators Chance The Rapper, G-Eazy, Kehlani, BlocBoy JB, YG, and 21 Savage.

Cardi B And Friends

"You know what, y'all?" She said to the audience midway through her set. "I'm living my best life."

Then Cardi B welcomed Chance The Rapper to perform the song "Best Life," a track from her newly released debut album Invasion of Privacy. True enough, the rap newcomer's music career has experienced a great upward trajectory in the past year. She has collaborated with some of the best and most popular names in the industry and had several hit singles under her belt.

Her performance at Coachella 2018 was the icing on the cake.

She also performed the chart-topping "No Limit" with G-Eazy and "Ring" with Kehlani.

The performances were streamed simultaneously on Coachella's official YouTube channel.

'Invasion Of Privacy' Tops The Chart

In other news, Cardi B remarkably becomes the fifth female rapper ever to top the Billboard 200 albums chart. Billboard reports that Invasion of Privacy, released earlier this month, has already reached the first spot of the albums chart after moving 255,000 equivalent album units in the week ending on April 12.

She follows Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (2012), Eve's Let There Be Eve... Ruff Ryders' First Lady (1999), Foxy Brown's Chyna Doll (1999), and Lauryn Hill's The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill (1998).

The publication adds that the album debut achieved the biggest sales week this year after Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods had topped the chart with 293,000 equivalent units in February.

Moreover, about 103,000 of Invasion of Privacy's total units came from traditional album sales marking hip-hop and R&B's biggest sales week in 2018 so far.