Cardi B has officially made history! The breakout rapper has become the first woman to have five Top 10 singles simultaneously on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop chart.
On Jan. 13 the "Bodak Yellow" singer was tied with Beyoncé with four singles on the chart at the same time. Queen Bey has been the only female artist to hold the crown for having four singles on the chart at once. Thanks to her guest spot on Bruno Mars' single, "Finesse (Remix)," she is now number one on the list.
As previously reported, G-Eazy's "No Limit" holds the number two spot, "Motorsport," which also features Nicki Minaj and Migos comes in at number four, her second single, "Bartier Cardi" is number seven and her debut single "Bodak Yellow," still sits on the charts at number 10.
In the R&B chart's 60-year history, Cardi is the first woman and the third artist to have five singles in the Top 10 in a week. Now that "Finesse (Remix)" has made it to number one on the charts, Cardi is now tied with Kendrick Lamar for the most tracks on the chart.
In 2017, Lamar had five singles within the R&B chart's top 10. Drake currently holds the crown as he had eight tracks charting at once.
From Reality Star To Rapper
Fans of Cardi B. know that rapper's career skyrocketed after deciding to leave VH1's reality series, Love & Hip Hop: New York.
Her decision eventually led to the release of her debut single, "Bodak Yellow," that broke nearly a 20-year-old record, making her the first female rapper to nab the number one spot on the Hot 100 chart since Lauryn Hill's, "Doo Wop (That Thing)" in 1998.
Movie In The Works
As she breaks Billboard records, the rapper might also break records at the box office. According to TMZ, Cardi has landed a movie deal that she will begin working on as early as March.
Earlier this month, she teased fans with a message on her Instagram story.
"My biggest dreams might come true this month or next month," Cardi stated.
Since deciding to leave Love & Hip Hop, the 25-year-old has appeared on BET's Being Mary Jane as Mercedes.
According to sources, the "Bartier Cardi" rapper has turned downed several gigs in March that would've made her over $100K.
In the meantime, Cardi will take the stage alongside Bruno Mars to perform their number one single, "Finesse (Remix)." She is also nominated for two Grammy Awards, Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.