This is how rumors get started, which knowing Madge’s notorious way of making news, seems completely in character. Madonna fans started chattering late last night when she posted a picture of her and fellow femme fatale Nicki Minaj on her Instagram account with the cryptic message “We go Hard or we go Home we Gon Do this all night long! #werk.“ Read more…
Wrap up the day with music’s Last Lap: Drake announced the title of his fourth studio album, Nicki Minaj released a song “just for the fuq of it,” Icona Pop has some interesting words to say about Miley Cyrus and more.
Katy Perry is getting sued for ripping off a Christian song, Nicki Minaj addresses the Iggy Azalea tiff on Twitter and watch how much Ariana Grande has grown in only a year before “Total Ariana Live” airs tonight at 7 p.m.
Going five years strong, Nicki Minaj continues to hold the title for Best Female Hip Hop Artist. Zendaya explains why she pulled out of the Aaliyah biopic and Pharrell Williams surprises everyone by bringing out a special guest at the BET Awards.
The noise had become deafening. Nicki Minaj listened to the clamor of critics who claim she abandoned hip-hop for pop. She got the unwarranted memo and responded with Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up. The message she’s conveying is simple: I can still rap. Don’t get it twisted.
After her sophomore release she caught flack for seemingly trading in the flow of a hungry emcee from Jamaica, Queens to appease an audience whose most played songs on their iTunes were sung by Justin Bieber. On the balladry “Freedom” she drops clues that she’s not at all oblivious to the chatter. “Did I really body bitches with commercial songs?” she boasts. It’s liberation Nicki seeks, not approval. Read more…