Cardi B booked as the first co-host in ‘Tonight Show’ history

After two appearances, Cardi is running the show

Cardi B is set to make US television history as she is booked to be the first every co-host on NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’.

On April 9, the Bronx rapper will be appearing as a musical guest as well as playing the role of interviewer. NBC say that the co-hosting event is the first in the show’s 64 year history, reports Pitchfork.

Cardi B will be also be appearing on SNL this weekend which will be hosted by Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman.

Get to know Cardi B better by watching her appear on the ‘Tonight Show’ last year.

Last week, the rapper revealed the striking cover art and release date for her hotly-anticipated debut album, ‘Invasion Of Privacy’.

The ‘Bodak Yellow’ sensation has unveiled the bold, pop-art influenced artwork for ‘Invasion Of Privacy’ on Twitter – adding that the album will arrive very soon on April 6.

Since then, Cardi dropped her new single ‘Be Careful’, which appears to reference Offset‘s alleged infidelity.

In Feburary, Cardi B achieved a new chart feat, with five top 10 hits in the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart within the same week. Cardi is first female artist and third act overall to ever achieve this feat. Her record was previously four singles, with which she tied with Beyoncé.