Cardi B stole the show during her last appearance on The Tonight Show, but now she’s really taking over. Next Monday, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper won’t just be performing new music off her forthcoming debut album, but asking questions.

According to ABC News, Becalis (Cardi’s given name) is going to be Jimmy Fallon's official co-host for the April 9 show. This will be the first time Fallon has had a “co-host” since he took over the show in 2014. Cardi will be promoting and performing tracks off of her debut album Invasion of Privacy, which drops Friday, and sticking around to interview the other guests. The other guests for Monday night’s show have not been announced. 

The Tonight Show hosting gig follows her Saturday Night Live appearance this weekend, where she’ll perform as the musical guest. Saturday’s show will be hosted by Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman.

This will be Cardi’s third visit to Fallon’s show, following her Dec. 20 appearance as a guest and her performance with G-Eazy of  “No Limit” back in September. During her last interview with Fallon, Cardi broke down the origin of her name. "My sister's name is Hennessy, right?" she said. "So everybody used to call me Bacardi, so I always call myself Bacardi, right? And then it was my Instagram name—Bacardi, Bacardi B—but for some reason my Instagram kept getting deleted and I think it was Bacardi that had something to do with it. So I just shortened it to Cardi B."

Watch her full interview from the Tonight Show below.