Cardi B Becomes Highest Charting Solo Female Rapper Since Nicki Minaj

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 13, 2017

Cardi B's club hit has quickly moved up the charts in the matter of a few weeks. The Bronx rapper's breakout hit "Bodak Yellow" continues to climb the Billboard Hot 100 and she's coming for Nicki Minaj (chart-wise, of course). Originally the song started at the 28 spot on Top 100 but now the song has dominated, moving to the 14 spot on the charts.

Back in 2014, Nicki's "Anaconda" single peaked at No. 2 on the chart, which was the highest-charting song for an unaccompanied female rapper with no guest features. Since then, though, it's become clear that if there is one song that will truly break her into a household name, it's "Bodak Yellow". Minaj has sat on the throne as the top-selling female rapper in the game for a while now, but Cardi seems to be on the fast track to getting her own crown. They recently followed each other on Instagram and Cardi was just brought onstage by Nicki's good friends and possible new boo, Drake, during OVO Fest last week.

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"Bodak Yellow" is making an impact on other charts as well, including landing at No. 8 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs and No. 18 on iTunes. I love being a stripper, ' the star captioned the provocative photo at the time.

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