Cardi B Surpasses Beyoncé for Most Simultaneous Hot 100 Entries for a Female Artist

The Bronx rapper is also set to debut at No. 1 on this week's Billboard 200.
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Cardi B Invasion of Privacy Album Review

It's only Monday, but Cardi B is having one hell of a week.

Not only will her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 when the chart is unveiled on Tuesday, but Cardi will also surpass Beyoncé for most simultaneous Billboard Hot 100 entries for a female artist. 

Set to join the already-charting "Finesse (Remix)" with Bruno Mars, "Be Careful" (which will jump 16 to 11), and the 21 Savage-assisted "Bartier Cardi" (No. 32) are:

8. "I Like It" w/ Bad Bunny & J. Balvin
21. "Drip"
23. "I Do" ft. SZA
28. "Ring" ft. Kehlani
38. "Get Up 10"
39. "Best Life" ft. Chance The Rapper
43. "Bickenhead"
50. "Thru Your Phone"
57. "She Bad" w/ YG
58. "Money Bag"

"Bodak Yellow," the album's lead single and her highest-charting record to date (No. 1), is the only track on Invasion of Privacy that didn't land on this week's chart. 

Invasion of Privacy, released by Atlantic Records, earned 102,810 pure sales in its opening week, according to Chart Data.