Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy got more than 100 million streams on Apple Music

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Cardi B’s first album Invasion of Privacy got more than 100 million streams via Apple Music, Apple told The Verge.

This sets a new record for first-week streams by a female artist on Apple Music, doubling the past record set by Taylor Swift’s Reputation album.

Just two days ago Apple Music managed to hit 40 million subscribers, meaning the streaming platform amassed two million subscribers in just one month. However, it still has a ways to go before reaching Spotify’s 70 million paying subscribers.

Invasion of Privacy features artists like Chance The Rapper, 21 Savage, SZA and Migos. The 25-year-old artist, born Becalis Almanzar, is currently pregnant with her firstborn.

Apple Music is available on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store.

Source: The Verge