Ahead of her album release and several late-night television performances, KSR Group/Atlantic superstar Cardi B is making some additional money moves to dominate the market. An instant grat from the Invasion Of Privacy set, “Be Careful”, made its debut on Friday, with brisk initial sales leading it to #1 on iTunes later that day. It’s still in the top ten on Apple Music’s overall list, making the performer the highest-ranked female soloist at the service, though it isn’t as potent on Spotify, with a four-day average of 597,000 U.S. streams per day. (The song ranks at #32 on the U.S. list on the most recent update, while sitting at #2 on the U.S. and Global Viral charts.) Meanwhile, another cut from the album, the Migos-assisted “Drip”, is splashing its way onto the charts, as it washes other competitors away in the top 100 on iTunes and Apple Music. As of Wednesday afternoon, just after the tune debuted, an audio-only clip has cleared a million views on YouTube, where “Careful” just reached seven million, and more than 4,000 tags on Shazam, where “Careful” stands at 53,000, giving it the momentum to chart at #3 and #49 on the Future Hits and overall U.S. charts, respectively. In short, it’s a very good time to “be” the B! (Images courtesy of The KSR Group/Atlantic Records)
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