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Cardi B Announces No New Album in 2024: “I Need Some Me Time”

Cardi B Announces No New Album in 2024: "I Need Some Me Time"
Cardi B fans will have to wait longer for her highly-anticipated sophomore album. In a recent social media post, the rapper revealed she has no plans to release an album this year, opting instead to relax and enjoy her summer.

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Cardi B Announces No New Album in 2024: "I Need Some Me Time"

written By: Demetrius Brown

Cardi B fans will have to wait even longer for her highly-anticipated sophomore album, as the Bronx rapper has announced that it will not be arriving this year.

In a since-deleted post on X (formerly Twitter) on Tuesday (May 14), Cardi B responded to a fan who praised her transparency, suggesting she should take a break from social media.

“Exactly and I tell myself this all the time… and I hate that I fall back and start interacting again and it bites me in the ass…” Cardi replied. “Anyway, NO album this year. I don’t care, I’m relaxing this year. Dropping these features I already committed to and traveling and enjoying my summer.”

Despite this announcement, there might still be hope for new music soon. Shortly after, Cardi sent out a tweet celebrating her achievement of having four songs hit the billion mark on Spotify, adding, “can’t wait for you to see and hear what’s next!”

Cardi B had previously assured fans that a new album would be coming in 2024, which would mark six years since the release of her record-breaking debut album, Invasion of Privacy.

In March, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper revealed she had an abundance of songs, including some recorded as early as 2023. An Instagram video showed a screen full of tracks for a song labeled “Cunty,” all recorded in late January of last year between 4 and 5 in the morning.

“January 2023… I really got like 100 songs,” she captioned the video. “January 27 of 20-20-fuckin’-three. I be working on this shit at 5 a.m. — you know I’m a night owl,” she said, referring to her work on that track. “I promise y’all this year: I’m not letting my anxiety, I’m not letting what haters say, I’m not letting what fans say… If I do a song, Imma just fuckin’ drop it.

“Well, I got no choice, because I’m dropping my album this year, so stay tuned for the announcement.”

As fans eagerly await her next move, Cardi B remains focused on taking a well-deserved break, enjoying her summer, and delivering on the features she has already committed to.

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