Cardi B Lands First Movie Deal

by Wade Massey January 19, 2018, 1:38
Cardi B Lands First Movie Deal

Cardi B is walking in glory when it comes to her career. I specifically mention Beyonce because before now, her and Cardi were the only women to have had four songs in the top 10 at the same time until right now when Cardi beat her to five.

And it doesn't stop there for the former reality TV star, as she may soon have the sixth track on the chart, thanks to a collaboration with Yo Gotti which has been teased to drop very soon. Canadian rapper Drake now holds the title of having the most singles appear on the chart at the same time: eight Drake tracks charted at once in 2016.

In the R&B chart's 60-year history, Cardi is the first woman and the third artist to have five singles in the Top 10 in a week. The upbeat track had 87,000 downloads in the week ending January 11 and landed on the top of the R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs charts with 38.3 million US plays. The rapper might break her next record at the box office because she just inked her first movie deal.

"My biggest dream might come true this month or next month", she wrote.

According to sources, the "Bartier Cardi" rapper, has turned downed several gigs in March that would've made her over $100K.

The Bronx rapper's latest single "Finesse", a collaboration with Bruno Mars, claimed the No. 1 spot on the list dated January 20. Cardi is also nominated for two Grammys, "Bodak Yellow" is up for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song.

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