Cardi B Finesses The Charts & Breaks 2 New Guinness Records

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Cardi B’s music may not be polarizing in the eyes of some Hip-Hop Heads, but the numbers do not lie. The Bronx, New York rapper has an unabashed energy that has attracted a wide fan-base, and her numbers reflect her rapid rise in popularity. She is literally on top of the charts…and that does not seem to be slowing down.

In only a short time this vivacious reality TV star-turned-major label artist has become the darling of Billboard. She started breaking records last year when “Bodak Yellow” became The Longest Charting #1 Hit By An Unaccompanied Female Rapper, beating out Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” from 1998.

Cardi B Is The 1st Solo Woman Rapper In 19 Years To Have A #1 Record

Now, with the release of her debut album Invasion Of Privacy at the beginning of April, she is on a tear. Guinness World Records reports that she has broken the records for “Most Simultaneous Billboard US Hot 100 Entries By A Female” with 13 songs, and “Most Simultaneous Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Top 10 Entries By a Female” with five songs (“Finesse (Remix),” “No Limit,” “Bartier Cardi,” “Bodak Yellow,” and “Motorsport”). She broke Beyoncé’s records in both categories. Cardi is also only the fifth female rapper to hit #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart.

Below are the 13 songs Cardi currently has on the Billboard US Hot 100:

#8 “I Like It” by Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin

#10: “Finesse” by Bruno Mars & Cardi B

#11: “Be Careful”

#21: “Drip” (featuring Migos)

#23: “I Do” (featuring SZA)

#28: “Ring” (featuring Kehlani)

#32: “Bartier Cardi” (featuring 21 Savage)

#38: “Get Up 10”

#39: “Best Life” (featuring Chance The Rapper)

#43: “Bickenhead”

#50: “Thru Your Phone”

#57: “She Bad” by Cardi B & YG

#58: “Money Bag”