Cardi B just made history, again. The Bronx rapper broke country singer Garth Brooks' attendance record at her recent performance at RodeoHouston.

Bardi performed at the event for Black Heritage Night on Friday (March 1). An attendance record 75,580 people showed up to see Kulture's mom rock the crowd, reports The Houston Chronicle. The record was previously held by country artist Garth Brooks, who happens to be the best-selling solo artist in the United States. She beat out the record he obtained in his 2018 performance at NGR Stadium in Houston by three people.

Rocking a sexy sparkling pink cowgirl outfit, Cardi ran through tracks like "Be Careful," "Money Bag," "Drip," "Bickenhead," "She Bad," "Ring" and more, and also let loose the new Bruno Mars collab "Please Me."

Cardi posted about the performance on Instagram on Saturday (March 2), saying she battled through illness to put on a killer show. "I was so sick yesterday ya don’t even know!" she captioned a video of her celebrating her set. "I had such a bad migraine I had to get a doctor backstage to give me two shots and ain’t rehearsed cause I been working all week and ain’t really know what I was getting myself into until I got in the venue."

She was elated to have such a big outcome. "Im OD honored for all the love Houston gave me!" she added. "I remember the first time I came to Houston I came out here to strip and people showed me maaaaaa love and Houston was the first place me and set when on a date 😂😂😂The love have really grown .I was maaaaa hype to see this picture before I got in my dressing room cause out of all her outfits there’s a picture hanging on the wall of the outfit I got my inspiration from for Please Me music video.It was like a lucky sign to me."

Check out video from Cardi's record-breaking performance below.

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