This is a new fanblog that will be centered on the female rapper from the Bronx, Cardi B. From news updates, social media, to tours, rumors, opinions and everythingelse in between. The site still is a bit of a fixer upper and still needs some bugs to be worked out. Hopefully, it will all get straighten out as this year goes by and it will have it’s own identity by then. Who’s ready for another great year of Cardi!
Hopefully, 2019 to be another great year for Mrs. Bardi!
Tomorrow, we will be having a HUGE streaming party for IOP & watch party for “Bodak Yellow” music video this Sunday (tomorrow) at 3pm EST. The party will cross all social media platforms including IG & Facebook BG.
The phrase “IOP streaming party” will be used during w/o a hashtag.
Our goal is to have IOP reach the top 70 on iTunes, rise on Apple Music & help Bodak Yellow reach 1B streams. We want Cardi to know we’re all anticipating her comeback while appreciating her iconic, record breaking debut era. Let’s take this seriously Bardi Gang.
Cardi deserves it! Show your love and support this streaming party event tomorrow, on all social media platforms Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!
I know with everything it’s been pretty difficult to be around friends and family, though we are all celebrating differently this year, let us summon the courage that drove our Founders, and the courage that drives all those who fight for America’s promise today as we protect one another from COVID-19!
Though, wishing you all a safe, healthy, meaningful and a Happy Independence Day! 🇺🇸🎇
Happy Birthday to one of my favorite female rappers, Missy Elliott! Missy is a female rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, actress and philanthropist.
She is a 4X Grammy Award winning rapper, and was the best-selling female rapper according to Billboard in 2017. She became the first female rapper inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and received the MTV VMAs Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award for her impact on the music video landscape!
Missy Elliott is a both a good friend Cardi and also an inspiration and influence on Cardi and tons of other female rappers and music artists. Missy still is a force to be reckon with and that her importance in Hip-Hop should not be underestimated.
We love you Missy, and we hope that you have had a great birthday! ❤️🎂🎉
As of this week, Cardi’s debut album, “Invasion of Privacy” has now spent over 116 weeks on the Billboard Hot 200 album charts. It now needs almost 8 MORE WEEKS being two more months to end up becoming the next longest charting female rap album to break the “PinkPrint” record!
As of today, BardiGang is throwing a streaming party for the whole album! This streaming party is going to be co-hosted by, BardiUpdatess & CardiBTeam on Twitter. We will also be trending, #IOPStreamingParty on Twitter while streaming the album!
The event will begin later today at 5 P.M., EST! Here are some guidelines and streaming tips to be prepared for the event by, CardiBTeam on Twitter!
GUIDELINES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE EVENT ON TWITTER:
Cardi B’s “Invasion of Privacy” has accumulated over 54.4 MILLION STREAMS on the music service Spotify. It still remains to be the most streamed album by a female rapper on the platform!
Along with this the album is now spending its 116th WEEK on the Billboard Hot 200 album charts. It now needs about 8 MORE WEEKS to end up beating out the “PinkPrint,” into becoming the longest charting female rap album in Billboard History
This Saturday, marks the TWENTIETH Anniversary of Notorious Kim! Notorious Kim is the second studio album, of Kim’s career, and was released on June 27th, 2000 by Atlantic Records and was also her first album that came from under new record label Queen Bee Entertainment.
It debuted at number four on the US chart, on the Billboard Hot 200 selling 229,000 copies in its first week, achieving Lil’ Kim’s highest peak and biggest first-week sales, and reached the top of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
It was the best-selling female rap album in 2000 with sales of over 1.4 million copies in the United States. The lead single for Notorious Kim was “No Matter What They Say” and the second lead single being, “How Many Licks,” the first single peaked at number 60 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 15 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
To date, The Notorious K.I.M. has sold over 5.2 million copies worldwide.
Lil’ Kim had even celebrated the 20th anniversary on her Twitter and on Instagram from this Saturday, with the album being at the No. 10 spot on the Hip-Hop/Rap albums on the Apple Music charts as an indicator that fans supporting the album on its 20th Anniversary.
Notorious K.I.M is a pretty important album, just as much as Hardcore was for female rap. If anything, it gave other female rappers a chance to show that you can be versatile in doing other genres such as you can do Pop, and R&B type records and still be within the Hip-Hop and Rap lane. This was the start of Lil’ Kim’s versatility as an artist, and showed that she can do other genres in music.
Notorious K.I.M personally is not only still one of my favorite Lil’ Kim albums in her discography, but its one favorite albums in Rap! I do think in terms of her discography this doesn’t get bought up enough like Hardcore or even La Bella Mafia. I do think this album, should get way more credit that what it does get.
A year ago today, Cardi B released the music video for her anticipated single, “Press!” Cardi confirmed that the video for “Press” would be released in June 2019 on her Twitter.
The video was then officially released on June 26, 2019 on her YouTube account. It was directed by Jora Frantzis and co-directed by Cardi. The video generated controversy; in it, Cardi and other dancers are either partially or fully nude.
The parental advisory-marked music video has since received over 73 MILLION VIEWS.
The video opens with Cardi B’s character shooting a male and a female after having a threesome. Accused of murder, she then is arrested and taken to an interrogation, where she challenges the officers. She is seen leading a choreographed routine with crew of nude dancers.
Later in the music video, shows she assassinated the jury on a courtroom, as well as the dancers bleeding and laying on the floor. The clips closes with her angrily drowning her cell mate in the toilet.
This is one of my favorite music videos within Cardi’s videography. The only other music video that can surpass “Press” in terms of direction, creativity, and concepts with story telling. Since this music video has dropped, no other female rapper has tried to top and make a music video that had concept and story telling that actually worked well with the song.
When Cardi dropped this music video, it made me so excited for the next era and what her next slew of music videos are going to end up being like!