Within Cardi B’s supporters from her family to day one fans, the Bronx lyricist has a few heavy hitters in her corner. Beyonce, Ivy Queen, Remy Ma, NORE, DJ Khaled and more have supported the 25-year-old. Now, the Grammy nominated rapper has another influencer encouraging her money moves.

Per the “Drip” artist’s Instagram, she responded to a post by Oprah Magazine that was accompanied by a sure-to-be-historic caption. “Listening to that new Cardi B album,” the statement reads under a posed photo of the mogul.

While the endorsement didn’t come straight from Oprah Winfrey’s personal account, it’s still a stamp of approval that many rappers don’t get, especially given the 64-year-old’s relationship with hip-hop. The entertainment mogul’s previous opposition was even meant with backlash from Ice Cube and Ludacris.

In 2006, the OWN leader said her issue with the widely-influential genre lied within its marginalization of women. “I am a woman who has worked very hard for my status in the world and as a human being,” she said. “…I feel rap is a form of expression, as is jazz. I’m not opposed to rap. I’m opposed to being marginalized as a woman.”