Rapper Cardi B won Best Rap Album, the first GRAMMY of her career, for her debut album, Invasion Of Privacy, at the 61st GRAMMY Awards.
She gave a special shout out to her daughter, Kulture, during her acceptance speech. “It was very long nights,” she said about making her album while pregnant.
The rapper also gave a shout out to artists that collaborated with her on the album including J Balvin, Kehlani, Bad Bunny and the Migos.
Swimming by Mac Miller, Victory Lap by Nipsey Hussle, Daytona by Pusha T and Astroworld by Travis Scott were other nominees in the category.
Cardi B was born Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar on Oct. 11, 1992 in New York City, N.Y. She released her first No. 1 single, “Bodak Yellow,” in 2017 for which she earned her first two GRAMMY nominations at the 60th GRAMMY Awards. She made her GRAMMY stage debut the same year, performing “Finesse” with Bruno Mars.
2019 GRAMMYs: Full Nominees And Winners List