Cardi B’s 10 Biggest Hits on the Billboard Hot 100

Cardi B has always prided herself on being a “regular shmegular girl” from The Bronx. That authenticity and unapologetically wearing her heart on her sleeve has ingratiated Cardi to millions of rap fans across the globe since she burst onto the scene with “Bodak Yellow.”

It doesn’t matter if Cardi’s ranting on Instagram or dishing out fiery rhymes in the studio, she’s long been must-watch TV before she ever starred on Love & Hip-Hop in the 2010s.

Cardi B carried her “Bodak” momentum into Invasion of Privacy in 2018 and the critically-acclaimed debut won best rap album honors at the 2019 Grammy Awards. By 2022, every song from Invasion was at least certified platinum by the RIAA, and IOP spawned a pair of Hot 100-toppers in “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It” featuring Bad Bunny and J Balvin.

The calendar has turned to 2024 and it’s approaching six years since Invasion which has the Bardi Gang starving for another LP. Cardi heated up the stove with a pair of singles to kick off the year with “Like What (Freestyle),” which debuted inside the Hot 100’s top 40, and “Enough (Miami),” which arrived on Friday (March 15).

However, the 31-year-old is promising her next announcement to be regarding her anticipated sophomore album.

“I took a little break, I came back on social media. I dropped a little freestyle and everything, y’know just to wet my feet. A week later, I’m dropping this single, and the next announcement is not going to be a single, it’s gonna be an album,” she told Billboard Canada. “I’m back outside, I’m tired of sh-t holding me back. It’s been six years since l’ve dropped an album, so I’m gonna drop an album this year.”

Even with the extended break between albums, Cardi has been a Billboard chart staple. To date, she’s compiled 46 entries and has five No. 1 Hot 100 hits — the most of any woman rapper ever. Below, find Cardi B’s 10 biggest Billboard Hot 100 entries.

Cardi B’s Biggest Billboard Hot 100 Hits ranking is based on weekly performance on the Hot 100 through March 16, 2024. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower spots earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates during various periods.

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