Cardi B is always booked and in high demand. The Grammy Award-winning rap singer, who recently made history by being the first female rapper to have several diamond hits, has added another historic achievement to her resume.
Playboy announced on Thursday that the “I Like It” rapper will be the company’s first Creative Director In Residence. She will also be the Founding Creative Director and a co-founder of CENTERFOLD, the company’s next creator-led platform.
Cardi B Came To Instagram To Celebrate The Historic Announcement, Telling Her 116 Million Followers:
“Introducing the famous @playboy’s FIRST EVER Creative Director In Residence, it’s ME!!! Joining the @playboy family is a dream come true, and I know you’ll appreciate what we’ve put together.
As the Founding Creative Director and a founding member of CENTERFOLD, Playboy’s new creator-led platform will launch shortly!! We’re going to have a great time.
According to Ben Kohn, CEO of PLBY Group, the parent company of Playboy, CENTERFOLD has the potential to “revolutionize the creative economy in the same way that PLAYBOY magazine shook up the publishing sector.
“Cardi’s major announcement comes just days after she received yet another Grammy nomination for best rap performance for her tune “Up,” which she hosted at the 2021 American Music Awards.
Cardi B Commented On Her New Diamond Status After Winning:
“Wow, two Diamond records!” Thank you very much for featuring me on this song, @maroon5, and this is the song I devote to my daughter every time I perform it. I’ll be eternally thankful.
A girl’s best friend is diamonds.”CENTERFOLD, a platform for creators, is set to begin in December 2021. Cardi will be in charge of artistic direction for products and digital content.
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