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Nicki Minaj stopped by San Francisco’s KMEL 106.1 for a quick chat. The pink lady spoke about which song of hers she can’t wait to hear on the radio, touring for the next two years, still feeling underground despite her success (“I really don’t feel mainstream yet”), being flown out to perform with Jay-Z and Kanye at Yankee Stadium, and signing boobs for her Barbz. “I do feel like this is a rock star era,” said Nicki.
Nicki stops by 106th & Park to premiere her new video, “Right Thru Me” off of her debut album, “Pink Friday” which hits stores November 22, 2010. You can check out part two of her interview after the jump.
Nicki Minaj accepts the first award of the evening as she takes home the “Rookie of the Year” award.
Nicki Minaj, on the set of UrbanInk magazine, sits down and talks to ‘Ninety One Pictures’. She discusses her new album “Pink Friday” ( releasing November 23) , Kanye West, tattoos, photo shoots and much more!
And it looks like Nicki Minaj has another fan in Monica. “I love Nicki Minaj. I rock with her,” she says. “She’s a beautiful girl. She’s comfortable with trying different things. She knows how to spit it direct like the men too, so she can compete with the best of ‘em.”
While I Am Not a Human Being drops on Wayne’s birthday, Tha Carter IV may not arrive in November after all. “Maybe, maybe not. We don’t know yet,” revealed Baby, who also spoke about the next player to bat, Nicki Minaj, and her debut album Pink Friday. “We ain’t never had a woman looked upon like that,” he said of Young Money’s First Lady.
Shanell took the blogosphere hostage with her Nicki Minaj-assisted single “Cupid’s Got a Gun.” Young Money’s femme fatale tells Rap-Up TV that the version that leaked is not the final one (“The other version is a lot more fun and upbeat”) and describes how the empowering song came to fruition one late night in the studio with her labelmate.
Plans are already underway for the video, which she will co-direct. “Mix Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal,’ Kill Bill, and Sin City, [and] stir that on up,” says Shanell of the concept.
SnL also drops knowledge on her 2011 debut album, a second mixtape coming this fall, and her newest role as the face of Married to the Mob’s Fall 2 collection.