Cardi B Unveils ‘Bartier Cardi’ Single Artwork, Song To Arrive This Friday+Makes New Billboard History [Details]

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Cardi B Unveils ‘Bartier Cardi’ Single Artwork, Song To Arrive This Friday+Makes New Billboard History [Details]

Just a day after unveiling the super hype ‘No Limit’ (Remix) video with G-Eazy, Cardi B has unleashed the artwork for her official album single ‘Bartier Cardi‘ on Wednesday.

The track which was previously titled ‘Cardier Cardi’ and was set to arrive on Dec. 15, will now hit the world on this Friday (Dec. 22) just in time to serve as a holiday gift to her adoring fans.

Cardi previewed the song HERE, during the Hot 97 Hot For The Holidays concert last weekend. The track is the lead single from her forthcoming debut album set for release in early 2018.

That’s not all! Cardi has also made more Billboard chart history this week. According to the coveted outlet. Cardi has made history among female rappers, becoming the first female MC to send her first three entries on the Billboard Hot 100 to the top 10.

On the newest Hot 100 (dated Dec. 30), Cardi B’s third Hot 100 entry, “MotorSport,” with Migos and Nicki Minaj, surges from No. 15 to No. 6, following the first full week of tracking after its official video arrived Dec. 7. The collab zooms 9-5 on the Streaming Songs chart, up 40 percent to 31.7 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music; 43-25 on Digital Song Sales (15,000 downloads sold, up 44 percent), as it posts the Hot 100’s top gains in streaming and sales; and 37-34 on Radio Songs (35 million in airplay audience, up 10 percent).

“MotorSport” follows G-Eazy’s “No Limit,” featuring A$AP Rocky and Cardi B, at No. 10 this week after reaching No. 7, and Cardi B’s former three-week debut No. 1, “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” (at No. 11).

Cardi B passes two other female rappers who each sent their first two Hot 100 entries to the top 10.

Lil Mama first achieved the feat, as her debut hit “Lip Gloss” climbed to No. 10 in 2007 and her second and so-far final entry, “Shawty Get Loose,” featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain, also peaked at No. 10 almost a year later.

Iggy Azalea became the second female rapper to go two-for-two from the start, as her debut smash “Fancy,” featuring Charli XCX, spent seven weeks at No. 1 in 2014. Her second hit, Ariana Grande’s “Problem,”featuring Azalea, reached No. 2 the same year. As “Fancy” and “Problem” charted in the top 10 concurrently, as have “Bodak Yellow” and “No Limit,” Azalea and Cardi B are the only female rappers to chart their first two Hot 100 entries, respectively, in the top 10 simultaneously.

Further, Cardi B becomes just the sixth female rapper with three Hot 100 top 10s. Nicki Minaj leads with 15, as she extends her record among female MCs with “MotorSport.” She’s followed by Missy Elliott, with nine, Eve and Lil’ Kim, each with four, and Iggy Azalea, also with three.

Go Cardi!

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