Cardi B's 'Invasion Of Privacy' Shatters Taylor Swift's Apple Music Record

Cardi has already won Coachella

Cardi has already won CoachellaImage Christopher Polk Getty Images for iHeartMedia

She starred in a video ad called DAILY TIPS WITH CARDI B to promote Steve Madden's DAISIE shoes and modeled a pair of the shoes, as well as non-prescription Steve Madden eyeglasses, in two separate pictures on the Steve Madden Instagram page.

Her debut album, Invasion of Privacy went gold just hours after it was released and now, Apple Music is claiming that Cardi's LP set a new type of record. The album received lots of love and it's evident because it was streamed over 100 million times its debut week.

The title was previously held by Taylor Swift's Reputation, however, Variety has now reported Invasion of Privacy had already bagged more than double the previous record holder's streams by the middle of the week.

"Look What You Made Me Do" was sitting pretty on top for three weeks until Cardi's song crept up and booted it out. Swift sent Cardi a bouquet of flowers when "Bodak Yellow" hit number one.

Additionally, her collaboration with Latin artists Bad Bunny and J. Balvin, "I Like It", is the no. 1 most streamed song off the album worldwide. Additionally, the LP is the fifth-most streamed album in the history of Apple Music, whizzing past albums like The Weeknd's Starboy and Ed Sheehan's Divide.

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