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Cardi B makes "Billboard" chart history again

Raven VaronaLooks like Cardi B's made chart history a second time around.

The rapper recently shared a Billboard headline via social media that announced the fact that's now the first female artist to have her first three entries on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart appear in the top 10 simultaneously. 

The last artist to do this was Fetty Wap in 2015.

The three songs in question are "Bodak Yellow," Migos' track "Motorsport" and "No Limit," her collabo with G-Eazy and A$AP Rocky.

"Soo dope!!" she writes on Instagram

Cardi adds, "Billboards say its History not me. Lets get Motorsport & No Limit on the top HOT 100 along with BODAK YELLOW!!! And thank you everybody for showing love. Its all cause of you ...My single on the way!!!"  

"Bodak Yellow" helped Cardi set two massive Billboard chart records: she became the first solo female rapper to top the Hot 100 chart in 19 years, and the solo female rapper with the longest-running Hot 100 number one.   

"Solo" in this case means "unaccompanied by any other artists."

Cardi B also just landed on Forbes' annual 30 under 30 list this year and is on the cover of both Rolling Stone and New York Magazine's November issues.  

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