'Invasion of Privacy' Reviews Are In... +GQ Trashes Nicki

Do the critics love it, or leave it? Like the rest of ONTD, it looks like they love it.

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."






Variety: 94

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.






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."





The debut album currently holds a Universal Acclaim score of 83 on Metacritic.



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