Cardi B Marks 6th Anniversary of 'Invasion of Privacy', Says 2nd Album Will Arrive in 2025

The 'WAP' hitmaker celebrates the anniversary of her debut studio album after revealing the cover art of her new record, which sees her having nothing but the two doves covering her upper assets.

AceShowbiz - It's been six years since Cardi B released her debut album, "Invasion of Privacy". When celebrating the special milestone, the "WAP" hitmaker informed fans that she will release her next project in 2025.

"6 years ago I released my first album and it broke so many records GAH LEE!!" the 31-year-old wrote on X (formerly Twitter) on Saturday, April 6. "6 years later I'm preparing to drop the next one this year."

Cardi added, "it's so different from what everyone is expecting and I'm sooo excited. Love you guys and thank you for the support!" She went on to note, "I'll talk to ya soon I been so busy these last few days."

Just two days earlier, Cardi revealed what appeared to be the cover art of her new album. In the picture shared on Instagram, it could be seen that she had nothing but the two doves covering her upper assets.

Cardi also kept her modesty by wearing a pair of skimpy white-and-brown undies. She enhanced the look with a pair of transparent platform high heels. To match the doves and panties, she polished her toenails in a white color. In contrast, her very long fingernails were polished in a glossy black color.

The "Miami (Enough)" spitter accessorized herself with a necklace that featured a huge cross pendant. She also donned a chain around her shoulders and belly. In addition, her dark-colored hair was long enough to reach her lower back and styled in a simple straight hairdo.

In the photo, Cardi was pictured rocking a shining veil that had a knot on top of her head. The long veil nearly fell to the floor. However, two other doves appeared to be flying and holding the veil with their mouths.

The picture saw Cardi striking a pose in front of a black backdrop on a white floor while crossing her legs. Along with the photo, she wrote in the caption of the post, "Jack your set," adding an OK hand emoji.

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