Cardi B made history at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, and understandably got pretty emotional.
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.
During her speech, the rapper, taking the stage with Offset, teared up while talking about her pregnancy and daughter, who was born this past July.
While Cardi’s the first woman to win the award for a solo act, Lauryn Hill did win best rap album as part of hip-hop group Fugees in 1997.
Cardi is nominated for record of the year and album of the year, and also scored a nod for rap performance.
She was on the Grammys stage earlier on Sunday for a rousing rendition of her single “Money.”