Cardi B's new album 'Invasion of Privacy' mentions one of Beyonce's earlier songs about infidelity
Cardi B has finally released her full-length debut album which follows the lines of Beyonce's Lemonade album and both call out infidelity.
The 25-year-old former dancer and stripper, Cardi B has been hugely successful in her musical journey so far and has now dropped her full-length debut album, Invasion of Privacy. The fiery album features several hits and some of her catchy club tracks. There are several angry verses in the album which calls out a cheating man.
Cardi B's song 'Thru Your Phone' goes deeper into the themes of infidelity just as another song of hers, 'Be Careful'. Many of her fans and followers have interpreted this to be about her fiance, Migos rapper Offset. "Did you give it her raw? You love her or nah? You risk your whole home for a ho at the bar?" were the lines in the song.
The lyrics have the same sort of vibes as Beyonce's album Lemonade and there is a mention of one of Beyonce's earlier songs which talks about infidelity. "Beyonce on my stereo, 'Resentment' on repeat," was the exact reference that Cardi B rhymed.
There was also another Beyonce reference on the album; On the song 'Best Life' which was done along with Chance The Rapper, Cardi B says, "took pics with Beyonce / I met Mama Knowles," which is a reference to the time when the two met at the Made in America Festival.
As reported by PageSix, the 'Bodak Yellow' star claimed that her recently released single 'Be Careful' which was thought to be about her supposedly cheating fiance is not about him at all. "I wasn’t talking about Offset, I just was talking about things that I relate to and that have happened to me," she said.
In an interview on Beats 1 Radio, Cardi B said, "Our relationship is like, you know at first we liked each other but it was very protective of each other. People would put things in your ears and it’s like I got to protect my heart. But then it was like, I gave in. Just love. Just love each other."