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.
With her new video, Nicki is letting all the men out there know, they can look, but can’t touch.
On Nicki”s remix of Young Thug’s “Danny Glover,” the Queens emcee stakes her claim and throws out some warnings to those ladies who think they can do it better.
Nicki Minaj has never been one to hide her body so when ESPN The Magazine decided to go a little crazy with the Photoshop for their latest cover, she decided to give them a piece of her mind.
The album is properly titled Young Money: Rise of an Empire, due out March 11 on Young Money/Cash Money, and will feature Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj and many noblemen and women.
The last playlist of 2013 to soundtrack New Year’s Eve festivities just got a little fresher, thanks to three brand new bangers from the marquee hip-hop artists.
For Drake’s appearance on ‘Chelsea Lately’ the rapper brought out all the stops, setting the mood for an intimate conversation about girls, ‘Anchorman’ and his bar mitzvah.
A late entry for a real summer jam contender, and another amazing verse from Nicki Minaj.
As Minaj fans would expect, the collection seems to be full of graphic prints and form-fitting designs.
“This is my first time working with Nicki but she brings the energy, charisma and her star power and I think that’s what the video is about. It’s just about that star power, energy, and the hypeness of the joint.”
Ciara used to think it was best to stay private about her love life. Preferring to keep the intimate details of her relationship not only out of the press, but out of her music as well. But on the singer’s latest release, she’s finally done hiding.
This week, July 15-19, sees the return of R&B stateswoman Ciara, the national debut of Americana up-and-comer Pokey LaFarge, and, if the world loves us all, a reunion performance of ‘Full House’ band Jesse and the Rippers.
The message is clear: Nicki Minaj doesn’t get left. And she can outshine Mario in his own video without saying a word.
When Ciara and Minaj make direct eye contact with the camera, staring it down while they pop and thrust, the viewer quickly gets the point of who runs things.