Cardi, who joined Bruno Mars for his "Finesse" performance past year, was a powerhouse as she got the crowd going with her song, "Money". Naturally, the track was laced with plenty of feminity as Cardi asserted her womanhood onstage, bringing in the level of sexuality for which she is known to properly perform the track and one thing is for sure, Offset was paying attention.
She won the best rap album award for her debut "Invasion of Privacy", beating out Nipsey Hussle, Pusha T, Travis Scott, and the late Mac Miller, making her the first solo woman to do so. Seconds later, however, the camera panned over to the mother of one shaking it on stage for her husband, Offset, who couldn't hide how much he was digging the song. She signed with Def Jam Records (under the guidance of Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds) in 2011, which led to high-profile gigs recording with the likes of Celine Dion, Timbaland, and Nas before she scored ads for brands like Levi's and Nike - most of which highlight her penchant for blending contemporary beats with classical influences, much like she did during Cardi's Grammy number.