Not long ago, there was controversy over the Nazi symbolism in the lyric video of this song. Nicki later apologized to those who felt it was done in poor taste. “I’d never condone Nazism in my art,” Minaj wrote on her Twitter page. Today, we see another video with an alternate theme.
Before Nicki’s The Pink Print album drops, she kicks verses with Drake and Wayne about her rumored relationship issues. Read the rest of this entry
Today, Nicki releases the visuals for her remix of Sir Mix-a-Lot’s 1992 smash “Baby Got Back.” Skinny girls need not apply.
Beyoncé gives mention to the much viewed and talked about elevator incident involving Jay Z and Solange in this remix. Nicki sounds strong as usual on the guest verse. Read the rest of this entry
Since the early 90’s Busta has made his trademark, hyped-up appearances in music videos. We’ve seen him try a more subdued approach the last few years but those visuals just weren’t memorable. This time around he steps in front of and behind the camera to assist X with the direction. Today we see the final cut when he teams up with Nicki to release more animated new sights and sounds from off of his upcoming E.L.E. 2 album.
Fresh after performing this at last night’s 2013 BET Awards, Ciara and Nicki release the visuals. If something looks familiar it’s probably the influence from Michael and Janet Jackson’s 1995, $7 million, “Scream” video.
Nicki releases the latest visual from her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up album. You feeling this?
French Montana teams up with Nicki Minaj to deliver new sights and sounds off of his upcoming Excuse My French album. Director Eif Rivera makes this look like a real dancehall party.
Many hip hop enthusiasts who were fans of the early mixtapes would like to hear more of Nicki rapping than singing. So with that being said, she links up with Ross and Cam and delivers this new visual from off of the Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded album. Feeling this?
We like strip club visuals.