The Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York got loud and wild on Tuesday night, with the star-studded Tidal X: 10/20 benefit concert. Jay Z, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Usher, Nick Jonas and T.I. were just a few of the huge names that graced the stage.
However, nobody brought the house down as hard as Nicki Minaj and Beyonce when they performed their song “Feeling Myself.”
Nicki kicked off the song by herself and was joined by Beyonce soon after. The audience could hardly handle all the awesomeness.
The performance included group dance battles, curve-hugging costumes and perfect poses. What else could you ask for?
Clearly excited with the results, Nicki said “it was epic.”
“Oh my god, when Beyonce came out, you could feel it,” the rapper told ET backstage after the performance. “It was electrifying. The place went nuts. It was like shaking, like, it was so insane — and I was excited as a fan, too. Like, I was excited that they were about to experience this, because both of our fans have been threatening us online, saying that if we didn’t perform together, they were going to hunt us down.”
“I feel like great women always raise the bar for each other and, so, it’s always great,” Nicki added. “I learn so much for her, and I genuinely like her. Whenever we smile on stage, it’s genuine. Um, I really, really love her. I mean, what else can I say? I think it’s great for women in general.”
The Weeknd brought out a special guest during his musical performance on Saturday Night Live. In the middle of “The Hills” Nicki Minaj appeared on stage to rap a verse that’s part of the official remix, now available on iTunes.
The Weeknd’s chart-topping hit “The Hills” just received a stellar guest appearance. On Saturday evening (Oct. 10), Nicki Minaj revealed that she’s on the official remix to the Million $ Mano and Illangelo-produced track on her Instagram. But she’s not the only emcee to feature on the melody. Eminem also lends his rapid fire delivery to The Weeknd’s track. “The Hills” is featured on the Canadian singer’s third album Beauty Behind The Madness which was received to critical-acclaim.
“All Eyes On You” enters Top 10 at rhythmic radio.
Meek Mill’s urban smash “All Eyes On You” featuring Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown has earned itself a Top 10 spot on Mediabase’s rhythmic airplay chart, currently sitting at #10. Last month, the song had also enjoyed a top spot on Mediabase’s urban chart, making it to all the way to #1
The New York Times Magazine: The Passion of Nicki Minaj
Nicki is on the cover of The New York Times Magazine for October 2015. I’ve also added two new photos from session.
Nicki Minaj is the world’s biggest female hip-hop star, a top pop star and the first woman to achieve success in both genres. Like Beyoncé, who performed recently in Central Park with the words ‘‘boss’’ and ‘‘hustler’’ flashing on screens behind her, along with a grainy video in which she smashed a vacuum and a sewing machine, Minaj has become expert at modeling the ways that women can wield power in the industry. But she has also drawn attention to the ways in which power can be embodied by a woman standing up for herself and speaking her own mind. Minaj’s behavior isn’t exclusive to her tracks; she also exhibits it in the national telenovela that she, like the rest of these women, to a greater or lesser degree, is running about herself, feeding the public information about her paramours, ex-paramours, peccadilloes and beefs, all of it delivered in social media’s short, sharp bursts.
Nicki Partnering With Myx To Raise Money For Breast Cancer Awareness
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Nicki Minaj is helping to raise money for the American Breast Cancer Foundation through her partnership with the moscato drink Myx.
According to the rapper’s Instagram page, the drink company will donate $1 to the ABCF for every limited edition pink bottle of moscato that is sold. The rapper’s signature is printed on the label.
Run the Jewels and Joey Bada$$ are also helping raise awareness for breast cancer through the Ten Bands One Cause initiative, which supports the Gilda’s Club NYC. The artists’ Run the Jewels 2 and Before Da $$ albums, respectively, are going to be available in pink vinyl editions with proceeds going to Gilda’s Club NYC.
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