Cardi B has announced on her social media accounts that her highly anticipated debut album will be coming out April 6.

Cardi B shared a photo of her album Invasion of Privacy, showing her sporting a bright yellow pixie wig, white over-sized white “clout” glasses and a black-and-white checkered jacket while seated on a chair in a blue room. The art matched the name as there is small red recording light in the left corner. The album cover relates back to the rapper’s rise to fame and how she constantly has to to deal with rumors, the most recent being that she’s pregnant with Offset‘s baby.

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The album was supposed to be released back in October, however, Cardi wanted to take her time in perfecting her first album. She tweeted, “I’m going to take my time till it’s right.”

 

Following her announcement, she began to experience anxiety in regards to sales and numbers. However, she also says that numbers don’t define her as an artists because she has already put out mixtapes before getting signed.

 

 

Regarding guest features, the official track list has not been revealed yet. However, R&B singer Kehlani has already confirmed that she has collaborated with the “Bodak Yellow” rapper. “We have a jam,” Kehlani said in an interview. “I can say nothing else except she’s incredible, she deserves everything coming to her, she works hard and she’s stayed humble.”

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Cardi has been featured on other artists’ work including G-EazyBruno MarsJuicy J, Migos and many more, so it’s possible that they may return the favor on her first album.