When Nicki Minaj sat down with MTV News to discuss her role in The Other Woman, she looked different; gone were the multi-colored wigs, eye-grabbing outfits and colorful makeup. But don’t call Minaj’s new look a makeover. According to her, “it’s just coming full circle.”
If you want to explore how creepy hippies, black lights and bucket hats paired with white face masks are, Tyga has the video for you. The L.A. rapper scores solid guest verses, along with appearances, from Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne for a video that takes the thinking behind what Stanley Kubrick does visually and makes it it’s the creepiest hip hop video that’s come out in quite some time.
With her latest track–her third off her upcoming album, ‘The Pink Print’–she proves she’s a woman of her word.
Nicki Minaj is coming up more in the world. When she isn’t taking back shots in the mirror and living it up with Scaf Beezy in Cabo, she is on the big screen.
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This latest single from the upcoming Young Money compilation follows previously released tracks from Drake and Nicki Minaj.
Ludacris has been ordered to pay $7,000 a month to the mother of his baby daughter after trying to play like he’s poor!
The official remix joint adds Meek Mill, Nicki Minaj and Lil’ Wayne to the track. YG collaborators Ty Dolla $ign, DJ Mustard and more pop up as well.
She posted it to her Instagram account, revealing that the artwork would include a photo of civil rights leader Malcolm X taken for Ebony magazine in 1964. In the photo, X is holding a gun and peeking out the blinds of a window.