Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy is getting rave reviews from critics with a current score of 83 on Metacritic. See below for some excerpts.
British GQ gives the album a glowing review, adding: "Cardi was the new Nicki. Except better, cooler, funnier; realer. Nicki intimidates; Cardi endears. Bye Barbie; hey Bacardi."
Rolling Stone: 4/5 Stars
"It's already tough to remember what it was like not having Cardi B around. Invasion proves she's here to stay."
.@iamcardib's 'Invasion of Privacy' Review: Her debut album features musical diversity, some razor-sharp hooks from A-listers, and unusually long features https://t.co/6GePJqSxJH pic.twitter.com/m49NtR5xfL— Variety (@Variety) April 8, 2018
Still, there’s no question whose album this is. Funny, fierce, foul-mouthed and in-your-face, “Invasion of Privacy” is one of the most powerful debuts of this millennium.
Cardi B: Invasion of Privacy review – Bronx Cinderella grinds her heel into hip-hop sexism https://t.co/XCOHwS5PUW— The Guardian (@guardian) April 6, 2018
The Guardian: 4/5 Stars
"A magnificent debut that fuses vulnerability, sexual voraciousness, paranoia and party music shows the rapper is capable of far more than punchy put-downs."
Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy  https://t.co/TGsxZu9gFK— metacritic (@metacritic) April 7, 2018
Variety: "Funny, fierce, foul-mouthed and in-your-face, Invasion of Privacy is one of the most powerful debuts of this millennium." pic.twitter.com/BCFTL25LvO
The debut album currently holds a Universal Acclaim score of 83 on Metacritic.