The Tonight Show is about to get a heaping dose of "Bartier Cardi."

Cardi B is set to become the first ever co-host of the Jimmy Fallon-starring late night talk show on Monday, April 9.

The Grammy-nominated breakthrough rapper and Bronx native will appear on the show in support of her upcoming debut album, Invasion of Privacy, as well as to interview Fallon's other guests.

The co-hosting stint will mark the multi-platinum artist's third visit to The Tonight Show set, following her hilarious appearance as a guest back in December 2017, as well as her performance of "No Limit" alongside G-Eazy in September.

In 2017, Cardi B's smash single "Bodak Yellow" became the first solo No. 1 single by a female hip-hop artists in nearly two decades, spending three weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

On March 30, the rapper released her latest single, "Be Careful," widely believed to be a song about her fiancé, Migos rapper Offset, and his history of infidelity.

Invasion of Privacy is out April 6.