The Bardi Gang has been patiently waiting for Cardi B’s debut album since Belcalis Almanzar first started teasing it all the way back in the fall of 2017 at Philadelphia’s Made in America Festival, and more recently at the iHeartRadio Awards in early March. Now it’s only a few days until the album sees the light; as the Bronx rapper revealed earlier this week, her Atlantic Records debut Invasion of Privacy officially drops on Friday, April 6.
To hold fans over until next week, Cardi took to Instagram to preview some of the new material, which really just turned out to be her rendition of a single from the classic 2003 Cheetah Girls soundtrack (only Disney Channel heads know).
“I just wanted to give a little preview of what you guys are going to get on April 6,” she said into her phone. Then she proceeded to work her way through a playful take on “Cinderella.”
It goes without saying, but this proves we need a Cheetah Girls reboot starring Cardi immediately. Raise your hand if you’re trying to see Offset hop on a remix of “Cheetah Sisters.”
Read more about how Cardi challenged the marketing paradigm for Latinx rappers here. Here’s hoping her debut album can deliver on the breakout success of “Bodak Yellow,” “Bartier Cardi” and her features on “MotorSport” and Bruno Mars’ “Finesse (Remix).”