Sources say that Cardi already had about 16 backup dancers with her before the new crew came around, but when these almost two-dozen more dancers became available, she apparently liked the idea of an even bigger act and chose to sign a few of 'em up! The Bronx rapper's debut album has launched with 255,000 equivalent album units, making it the second-biggest opening for an album in 2018, trailing only Justin Timberlake's Man Of The Woods (293,000).
Cardi B's album sold 235,000 copies in the first week with a record-breaking 135,000 copies by way of streaming equivalent albums, outpacing Beyonce's "Lemonade" for most album streams for a female artist in one week. Invasion Of Privacy has earned the second-biggest streaming week for an album this year, trailing only Migos' 24-track Culture II.
Can't wait to see how the backup dancers factor in - and how everything else will go for Cardi's Coachella extravaganza on Sunday night!
With the positioning of her debut album, Cardi reaches some Billboard milestones and joins elite company.
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