Cardi B becomes first-ever creative director in residence at ‘Playboy.’

by | Dec 22, 2021 | Business News, Latest, Music News | 0 comments

Announcing on Twitter on Thursday (December 2). Cardi B stated that she is now the first-ever creative director in residence at Playboy. 

Posting her tweet, she said, “Ya girl is now the first-ever Creative Director in Residence at Playboy. What a dream!!” 

Providing artistic direction for the brand’s digital editorial, experiential activations, cross-branded fashion, and sexual wellness merchandise collections are some roles Cardi B will perform. 

Added to her new role, she will also serve as a founding member and creative director for the brand’s new creator-led platform, CENTERFOLD. 

Summing up as a founder, Cardi B adds another role among her other roles, including Mc, rapper, and actor. 

Revealing her enthusiasm, she also said, “For as long as I can remember, I’ve felt connected to Playboy.” 

Supporting her role in Playboy, she said, it’s truly the original platform for uncensored creativity, and I’m inspired by its incredible legacy of fighting for personal freedoms 

Expressing her excitement, she described CENTERFOLD as an avenue for creators to feel safe in their creativity and sexuality. 

Adding to her excitement was that a few days before the lunch, she had celebrated her second diamond single, making her the most-diamond-certified female rapper of all time. 

Reaching diamond status earlier this year was the famed song breakout single “Bodak Yellow 

Holding a record of being the woman rapper with the most diamond-certified songs, she is also the third female artist to have over one diamond-selling track. 

Taking to her Twitter page, she also thanked Maroon 5 and said,” Thank you so much, Maroon 5, for including me in this song, and this is the song I cater to my daughter every time I perform it. I’m forever grateful.” 

This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.  

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