Cardi B continues to make a name for herself on the charts and in the history books.
With her new album, Invasion of Privacy, racking up streams day-afteroday, the rapper now hasthe most simultaneous tracks of any female on the Billboard Hot 100.
She charts 13 total songs on the latest Hot 100, beating out Beyoncé “for the most simultaneous entries by a woman,” according to Billboard.
Beyoncé held the record after her album “Lemonade” dropped in May 2016 and all 12 tracks appeared on the Billboard 100. She had surpassed Taylor Swift’s previous record of 11.
The “Bodak Yellow” rapper landed the accomplishment after her show-stopping set at Coachella last weekend while seven months pregnant.
The 25-year-old Bronx native took to Instagram earlier this week to thank her fans and to share the list of tracks that made it to the list.
“And it’s all cause of ya!!!!!!! Thank you everybody .The numbers are great but the support feels even better,” Cardi wrote. “Im so thankful and grateful for every post love support ya gave and giving my album and my songs.”