It’s been three years since Cardi B launched her chart-topping debut album, Invasion of Privateness, and followers are prepared for album #2.
“I really feel like at this level, it’s like a timeline that I created,” says Cardi in the Spring 2021 cowl of XXL Journal. “As a result of final 12 months, I used to be like, I gotta put out my album this 12 months. However, then I simply stopped engaged on my album out of nowhere as a result of I really feel like the entire COVID factor discouraged me to place out my album. As a result of I need to put out an album, and I need to tour.”
Like “most massive hip-hop artists through the COVID pandemic,” Cardi needs to have the ability to go on tour along with her album and carry out for her Bardigang followers.
The “UP” rapper says she misses in-person promo excursions and interviews about her music. “There’s no emotions to…me doing interviews with individuals by a pc. I need to meet up with individuals. I need to have a dialog. It’s a greater vibe,” she explains.
In an ideal world, Cardi says she would like to throw an album launch occasion in New York or Atlanta.
“I need to see individuals. I shouldn’t fly out 50 of my pals simply so that they might be there in Atlanta after which any individual may catch COVID. No. So, it’s simply one thing that I ended, however then now that I maintain placing out my singles, I maintain saying like, “Rattling. I’ve no alternative however to place out my album this 12 months.”
April sixth marks the third anniversary of Cardi’s major-label debut, Invasion of Privateness, below Atlantic Data. The album earned her a #1 album on the Billboard 200 chart, a Grammy for Finest Rap Album, a diamond-certified single “Bodak Yellow.”
By Rachel George
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