Nicki Minaj Debut’s Pills & Potions + Respond To Forbes False Claims Of Her Music Absence

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When Forbes release an article regarding, Iggy Azalea running the game of Hip Hop, the internet went up in flames and Forbes retracted their title message. During a phone interview with New York’s Power 105.1 radio station Nicki admits that she was unaware of the published article but she did respond the following:

” Ok, I’m reloaded. Listen, all Forbes needs to worry about is my finances and when I’m going to be selling Myx Fusion for 250 million. That’s all they need to worry about. We rely on Hip Hop journalism and blogs for THAT kind of information. So we appreciate that, but no thank you. ”

Nicki went on to talk about her upcoming third studio album “The Pink Print“, her current singles [‘Chiraq’ and ‘Yass Bish’, paving the way for upcoming females,  and more. Take a read below:

On Her New Song Pills & Potions & The Inspiration:

” I was reflecting on people in my life that have come and gone in my life…. I’m talking about lots of people [no one in particular] but I have come across people that I have given AMAZING opportunities  to who  continue to bit the hand that fed them. I’ll always give people enough rope to hang themselves  so when you cross me its like Hmm– ok! “

On Reverting Back To Her Natural Black Hair:

” The new album is more personal and the look stripped down goes good with the third album. I always thought in my head that on my third album I wanted to go back to my real hair.”

On Opening The Doors For Female Rappers:

” I feel like have open doors. To be honest, I think that do they’re there thing and for whatever reason they don’t  get the recognition. But that’s something you have to take up with pop culture. I can’t speak for anybody’s grind or how pop culture receives people…. I’m not surprise because even when I was grinding and putting out tapes and stuff like that,  it was hard for me. It takes ALOT of work. It’s not a its not a female friendly buisness. Hip Hop is not female friendly.

On What Motivates Her To Keep Current With Her Music:

” I’m still hungry.. I still want it.  I feel like I’m a Veteran/ Newbie “

On The Type Of Album Fans Can Expect:

” I don’t want label what I’m doing.  This is not about hip hop art  or pop album…This is a meaningful body of work and  I’m not going to label my music… You can tell that I’m just creating music. “The most important thing for me is to keep it truthful and honest, and  sometimes your going to feel like its hardwork and sometimes your going to feel like its not. “

On Whether She’ll Ever Settle Down:

” I’m not going to ever stop until I start having some babies “

And there you have it folks.



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