Cardi B’s career was forced to take a brief timeout when the rapper announced earlier this year that she was pregnant with her first child with Migos member Offset. She was initially forced to cancel her performance at Panorama Music Festival in July, in addition to pulling out of all her scheduled gigs as the support act for Bruno Mars’ upcoming North American fall tour. Thankfully, Cardi and her new daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus, seem to be doing well enough that the singer has started sharing new concert dates in recent weeks, in addition to gearing up for the launch of her own fashion collection in November, where’ll she’s reportedly gearing up in hopes of sharing some new music.
As TMZ reports, Fashion Nova will celebrate Cardi’s new collection with the clothing company at a party in November, where the brand’s owner is optimistic that the singer will take the opportunity to share a new single. There were some tracks of hers that didn’t make it onto her 2017 debut album, Invasion of Privacy, which she sounded like she wanted to continue working on for future projects, according to Complex.
"I was going to put out my Fashion Nova collection in September I was planning to put it around Fashion Week and everything, but we're going to do it in November,” She admitted in a recent Instagram Q&A, seen below. "There are like about five songs that I was supposed to put on ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ but it just didn't make sense, so I'm going to put it on this project. I really want to put it out on September 1, but I'm missing like four or five songs."
It sounds like the rapper is really pushing to make this fall event more than just about clothing, as she also hopes to have a few other a few other rap artists in attendance. Fans who can’t make it in person will be able to watch it all via a free live stream via Nova’s website. A video of Cardi promoting her own Fashion Nova clothes
Cardi B is scheduled to appear as a presenter at the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall tonight (Monday, Aug. 20). She’ll also return to performing this fall when she takes the stage at Southern California’s Tropicália Music & Taco Festival on early November. Tickets to the event are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here.