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Cardi B is proving to fans that she is no one hit wonder. Since her first hit single “Bodak Yellow” in June of 2017, she has yet to slow her roll.
Just last week, the Bronx native tied with Beyonce as the only other woman to have four songs in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Charts. Well, she has now even surpassed Queen Bey’s record and becomes the third artist to ever do it.
Cardi B is now tied with big dogs Kendrick Lamar and Drake, with five out of the top 10 spots. Kendrick Lamar has achieved this once while Drake has done it eight different times.
Now, while being up there with Kendrick and Drake is something Cardi should definitely be proud of. This accomplishment has now granted Cardi bragging rights to the first woman in music history ever to do so. Not just that, but this also makes Cardi the first artist, male or female, to ever to reach that achievement with their first five Billboard chart entries.
Cardi can owe this success to her recent release “Finesse” featuring Bruno Mars, which is now in the number one spot. The only other song Cardi has had as number one was her first hit single that still bumps today, Bodak Yellow.
Today, “Bodak Yellow” is in the number 10 spot. “Bartier Cardi” is in number seven and “No Limit” is chillin in number three, after being bumped down by “MotorSport”, which is now in number four.