Karen Belz
March 27, 2018 8:59 am

Reality star-turned-rapper Cardi B just released the album cover for the upcoming Invasion of Privacy, and we’re officially bowing down. The Love & Hip Hop: New York alum first claimed the musical spotlight in 2017 with her single “Bodak Yellow,” and she’s since released  a number of hit, obsession-worthy singles.

Cardi B previously told us her debut album would be released this April, and more information is slowly trickling out about it. According to Pitchfork, Invasion of Privacy will be released on April 6th.

Cardi B will be appearing as the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on April 7th to help promote the album. She’s also expected to join Bruno Mars during his final dates on the 24K Magic tour.

And as if that all wasn’t exciting enough, Cardi revealed the cover of her album last night via social media: And it’s basically an early ’90s dreamscape.

The cover already has well over a million likes.

While her Instagram fans were vocal with plenty of fire emojis, Twitter fans took their enthusiasm to the next level.

A lot of fans noted that they weren’t expecting this from Cardi, but they’re all in. She’s since received comparisons to Lady Gaga, Missy Elliott, and even ’80s robot Max Headroom.

April 6th officially can’t come fast enough.

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