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Cardi B Is #1 Again

Cardi B made history again today.

Ojanae Marshall

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Last year Cardi B made history when her hit single ‘Bodak Yellow’ went number one. She was the first female rapper to do that solo since Lauryn Hill. She made history again today when her second single, ‘I Like It’ featuring Bad Bunny and J Balvin, from her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, went number one.

This makes Cardi B the first Female Rapper to have two number ones, an amazing feat. CONGRATS CARDI!

She celebrated on Instagram with the video below.

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My name is Ojanae Marshall. I am a rising senior at Montclair State University. I am majoring in Religion with a minor in Psychology. I have been writing all my life, I love it. I started getting published as a writer for Sex etc. a sexual education magazine and continued my career from there. I am excited to be apart of CMN. When I am not writing or in school, I am a full-time infant teacher at a daycare. I love working with the babies, it makes me extremely happy. In my free time, I love Netflix and music for which I have eclectic taste. I am also ready to learn and laugh.

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