It's been a year since Cardi B left Love & Hip-Hop New York, VH1's popular reality series that helped catapult the budding rapper to fame.
Last year, her most identified hit, "Bodak Yellow" which went platinum, broke an extensive record, a almost 20 year one, making her the first female rapper to dominate the no. 1 spot on the Hot 100 chart preceding the great Lauryn Hill's 1998 "Doo Wop (That Thing)".
Her tracks "Motorsport", "Bartier Cardi" and "Bodak Yellow" sit at No. 4, No. 7 and No. 10, respectively.
Thanks to her guest spot on Bruno Mars' single, "Finesse Remix", she is now number one on the list.
In the R&B chart's 60-year history, Cardi is the first woman and the third artist to have five singles in the Top 10 in a week. She landed on the number five spot in the top 10 of the January 20 list. The only other female artist to achieve such a feat was Lauryn Hill back in 1998 with her chart-topper, "Doo Wop (That Thing)".
With "Finesse" now holding the No. 3 position on the Billboard Hot 100, there's a chance the track could become Cardi's second No. 1 single. TMZ spilled the tea that Becalis could be on her way to breaking records at the box office after signing her first movie deal. According to a TMZ source, Cardi has turned down other gigs because she'll be filming during that month. The song has also been nominated for two 2018 Grammy awards: Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.