Cardi B
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Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy has officially been certified in its entirety. With that being said, this makes Invasion of Privacy the first record made by a woman to have every individual song certified by the Recording Industry Association of America.

According to a tweet from @chartdata, every single song on Cardi B’s 13-track album has been certified Gold or higher. The album itself has gone double-platinum.

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To celebrate, Cardi B took to Instagram to share the news with her fans.

“BIG MOMMA BARDI,” Cardi B says in an Instagram post. “Im happy my album is amazing but I got sooo much pressure an anxiety cause I know I gotta kill it with my second one.”

The Invasion of Privacy song awards are:

“Bodak Yellow” 7X Platinum
“I Like It” 5X Platinum
“Bartier Cardi” 2X Platinum
“Be Careful” Platinum
“Ring” Platinum
“I Do” Platinum
“Drip” Platinum
“Bickenhead” Gold
“Money Bag” Gold
“Get Up 10” Gold
“Best Life” Gold
“She Bad” Gold
“Thru Your Phone” Gold

Cardi B’s record has also been nominated for two Grammys. Invasion of Privacy has been nominated for “Album of the Year” and “Best Rap Album.”

In the past, scene favorites have also received the honor. For instance, twenty one pilots were the first band in history to have every single track on their album certified by the RIAA.

What do you think of this milestone in music? Let us know in the comments below.

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