Cardi B Puts The Brakes On 2024 Album Plans: ‘I’m Relaxing This Year’

Cardi B reveals that she’s postponing the highly-anticipated release of the follow-up to her debut studio album, Invasion of Privacy.

Despite a strong start this year — with the release of not one, but two hits, “Like What (Freestyle)” and “Enough (Miami),” which garnered over 30 million streams on Spotify — the New York rapper reveals she’s holding off on releasing a full project in 2024.

In response to a thread making its rounds on X/Twitter, “confirming” that her label has shelved her album, Cardi B weighed in, expressing her frustrations, along with disclosed that the decision has influenced how she intends to proceed for the rest of the year.

“Exactly and I tell myself this all the time .. and I hate that I fall back and start interacting again and it bites me in the ass,” she began in a since deleted tweet.

“anyway NO album this year I don’t care I’m relaxing this year ..Dropping these features I already committed to and traveling and enjoying my summer,” she added, suggesting that while a full project is out of the question (this year), more new music is on the horizon.

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The surprise album update comes hot on the heels of the Grammy-winning rapper reaching yet another significant milestone in her career.

We previously reported that the “Bodak Yellow” rhymer has surpassed a billion streams for a song on Spotify for the fourth time in her career. Spotify marked this achievement at a Hollywood studio by presenting her with silver plaques for each track that reached this milestone, including her hits “Girls Like You,” “I Like It,” “Taki Taki,” and the controversial “WAP.”

Contemplating on her ongoing ascent, Cardi B expressed her relentless pursuit of greater achievements, stating, “The more you get, the more you want, so you never feel satisfied.”

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