Cardi B‘s highly anticipated album is almost here and we can’t freaking wait!!
Here is what we know about the album before it’s release tomorrow (April 6):
Cardi Revealed the Name, Art and Release Date All In One Swoop
“My album cover !!! LADIES AND GENTS ! My album INVASION OF PRIVACY will be out next week April 6!!!!!!!,” the rapper posted on Instagram in March, along with a photo (see above) showing her wearing a black and white ’70s inspired outfit with cat-eye sunglasses and bright yellow hair.
The album title is fitting considering all the hype that’s been surrounding her this year. Cardi, who’s been dodging pregnancy rumors for months, has also been the center of a cheating scandal involving her rapper fiancé Offset. As The Blast reported, she spoke out about the infidelity to Cosmopolitan.
The Tracks Are Fire
Cardi just released the full tracklist off the album on Wednesday. There’s 13 songs total including her already hit singles, “Bodak Yellow” and “Bartier Cardi.” She’s also recently dropped two other songs, “Drip” and “Be Careful,” which are on the album too.
“TRACKLIST …more surprises when the album drop 😉any questions you have don’t Ask me ! You will find out on FRIDAY😘,” she wrote sharing a photo wearing the same outfit as the cover but doing a very typical Cardi pose.
She Was Fighting Being Sick While Finishing the Album
All of last week, Cardi was documenting the rush to finish her album … and in the crunch time process, she got super sick. Posting tons of makeup free videos on Instagram, she put on her big girl pants, went to the studio and finished just in time.
She Hosts “Saturday Night Live” this Weekend
The day after “Invasion of Privacy” drops Cardi will be the musical guest on “SNL.”
“Black Panther” star Chadwick Boseman will also be featured on the show that night. It’s unclear whether Cardi will sing a new single or one of her signature hits, but be ready for a fun performance because she always delivers!
— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) March 29, 2018
So, while we hold our breathe for “Invasion of Privacy,” we’ll leave you with this: