Nicki Minaj Says There’s No Denying Her 2010s Mount Rushmore Spot & Talks Being Provocative As A Mom
The comeback season for Nicki Minaj is all the way strong as the hailing queen is readying the new single “Do We Have A Problem” with the assistance of one of the hottest in the game right now, Lil Baby.
It’s been quite the decade for Minaj, as there’s no doubt her pen game and megastar power helped carry female rap during the 2010s era, and while the multiple platinum artist is getting back out on the music front, Nicki is definitely shinning with a different perspective on her career. Chopping it up with Power Mornings co-hosts Letty and Teddy Mora, Minaj shares that, with the birth of her son and the influence she’s had in the industry, there really isn’t much to prove anymore and she’s ready to enjoy the fruits of her labor. Nicki is set on being in total control of what songs she wants to create, who she wishes to collaborate with, and whether she wants to be provocative or not.
Speaking on her new collab with Lil Baby, the Queen gives the Atlanta native his flowers and respect as she explains that Baby is indeed on top of the world, but he continues to remain humble and still hungry, which is why she wanted him a part of the record.
Nicki Minaj goes on to speak about being an example as a mother, extending her hand to the next generation of emcees, why there is no doubt that she’s supposed to be on the Mount Rushmore of the 2010s, and much more.