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While Drake has reportedly signed a $10 million deal with Wynn Hotel’s XS Nightclub for 12 shows over two years, Cardi B has landed her own Las Vegas residency. Palms Casino Resort broke the news earlier today, announcing Cardi as a part of the company's debut of KAOS, an amphitheater-style club scheduled to open in April.

Details surrounding Cardi B's Las Vegas residency are scarce at this time, but we do know that G-EAZY, Skrillex and Kaskade will also have exclusive residencies at KAOS.

The Associated Press points out that KAOS is a part of Palms’ $690 million renovation, which also includes state-of-the-art technology that will enhance live performances and a rotating 360-degree DJ booth.

So, who's planning a Vegas getaway to party with Cardi?

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