“Bodak Yellow” is already one of the hottest singles this summer and can be heard on every hip hop playlist. The catchy single “Bodak Yellow” is also showing a strong presence on other charts. What’s really driving up the numbers for Cardi B, the shared power of the single and her massive female fan base. Definitely, she is the first artist to do it this big from a transition from Love and Hip Hop into the mainstream music market. Cardi B inches closer to achieving her first number one single with “Bodak Yellow” cracking the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. “Bodak Yellow” is also the fastest progressing single on the chart by a female artist since Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” in 2014. Over the next couple of weeks, we will see if Cardi B can crack the number one spot. So it’s safe to say that Cardi B is wing right now not just among female rappers, but also among female artists on a whole. The female hustler’s anthem is showing no signs of slowing down and has already risen to number eight on the Hot 100 this week, up from number fourteen a week ago. It also jumped from number twenty to number fifteen on the Digital Song Sales chart and holds firm at number 36 on the Radio Songs chart. This week it climbs from number six to number two on the Streaming Songs chart. The former Love and Hip Hop New York star became the first female rapper to reach the top ten on the chart with their debut single since Iggy Azalea did it with “Fancy” in 2014, Billboard reported. Cardi B also earned herself the highest charting song as a lead female rapper since Nicki Minaj did it in 2014 with her mega hit “Anaconda.” That song peaked at number two, just one step away from number one.