In The Que: "Invasion Of Privacy" album review

In The Que: "Invasion Of Privacy" album review

April 10, 2018

Cardi B is finally ready to prove to the world that she's ready for the big league. She took over hip-hop, radio and pretty much everything else with the release of her first single Bodak Yellow. Bodak Yellow was #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for three consecutive weeks. The song was the second solo hip-hop, number-one single by a female artist in the chart's history. Critics don't seem to think that Cardi B can live up to the hype she has built. It's time to see.

On April 6, Cardi B released her highly anticipated debut album Invasion of Privacy. Here are a couple of songs I feel are worthy enough for your ears to hear.
Barter Carter is the second single off the album. You can find Amber Rose's boyfriend 21 Savage on this track. The RIAA platinum single was produced by 30 roc and Cheeze Beatz. This song proves that Cardi really loves her fiancee Offset. She said his name 16 times throughout the song. Bickenhead is the song that's going to make you spend all your money in the strip club. An ex-stripper definitely knows how to get the club jumping. Bickenhead is a sample from the 2001 Project Pat song Chicken Head. Just like all the songs, it's very vulgar. I like it is another dope track on the album. I'm not really sure what the reggaeton artists are saying on the song, but I seen Diddy dancing to it on Instagram, so that certifies it's hotness. I like it is a modern day version of the famous Pete Rodriguez song I Like It Like That. I like it features the Puerto Rican Latin trap/ reggaeton singer Bad Bunny and, the Colombian reggaeton singer J BalvinShe bad is hot to me! It's another one of those songs that should get booty cheeks shaking like kites in high winds. Cardi teamed up with Mr. 400 aka YG on this hit. I'm pretty sure She bad is probably playing in someone's club right now. Thru your phone is the song that scares me. Cardi B definitely exposed her craziness on this one. Here's how the song starts out "Look, I just want to break up all your s**t/ call your mama phone, let her know that she raised a b***h/. She basically describes going through her boyfriend's phone, and finding some stuff she didn't need to see. Her fiancee Offset should be very afraid of this song, but I think it's still dope.


Features on Invasion Of Privacy includes Migos, 21 Savage, Chance The Rapper, Sza, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, YG and Kehlani.


Production credit for the album goes to Producer(s) Allen Ritter, Frank Dukes, Quavo, Southside, Cassius Jay, Nonstop Da Hitman, J. White, Klenird Raphael, Vinylz, Boi-1da, Stwo, BadBadNotGood, DJ Dahi, Craig and Tainy, Invincible, Mike Dean, Twice as Nice, HotBoyz, Cashmere Cat, DJ Mustard, 30 Roc, Cheeze Beatz, Andrew Watts, Benny Blanco, Murda Beatz and Cubeatz. They all were amazing on this album.

Alright, the album is hot, not hell hot, but maybe Myrtle Beach hot. It's actually more than I expected. I'm really proud of Cardi B for proving she belongs on top. I give "Invasion of Privacy" 3.5 flames.

The tracklist is below.

1. "Get Up 10"
2. "Drip" Featuring Migos
3. "Bickenhead"
4. "Bodak Yellow"
5. "Be Careful"
6. "Best Life"
7. "I Like It"
8. "Ring"
9. "Money Bag"
10. "Bartier Cardi" Featuring 21 Savage
11. "She Bad"
12. "Thru Your Phone"
13. "I Do"