Cardi B is reportedly planning to drop a new version of her breakthrough debut album Invasion of Privacy early next year.
HipHop-N-More points out that a pre-order option
for a newer version of the album surfaced on Amazon UK in recent days. The link reportedly includes a release date of January 25, and the full 13-song tracklist along with Cardi's newest single "Money," and her previously-teased track "Press."
"The plan was always to drop a bonus, but I didn’t think I was gonna be so busy doing back and forth things after giving birth," Cardi mentioned before adding that she might drop the songs early next year. "December or January. It's songs that I think are really good that didn’t make the album."
On Thursday, it was reported that all the songs on Invasion of Privacy have been certified gold or higher, making Cardi B the first woman in the digital era to achieve the feat.
A rep for Cardi B was not yet immediately available to comment.
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