Cardi B has always been open and honest about her life before "Bodak Yellow" made her a household name, and she's proud of her hard work and the lessons her hustle taught her on the come-up.
In a new interview with CBS Sunday Morning, no topic was off limits for the rapper -- her music, her childhood in the Bronx, her stripping career and more. At first, she reflects on the first time one of her songs hit the Billboard Hot 100, when "Bodak Yellow" entered the chart at No. 85 (and would eventually nab the top spot).
"It hit at 85, and I just felt like, alright, I already did enough," she tells CBS' Maurice DuBois. "Then when people was telling me, like, there's a possibility of going No. 1, I was like, 'Oh my gosh -- if I go No. 1, this is going to be crazy... and then it did. I just felt like I was on top of the world."