It’s been three years since Nicki Minaj released her third album, The Pinkprint, and according to the “No Frauds” rapper, her next LP is shaping up to be great.
While leaving the Phillip Plein show during New York Fashion Week, Nicki stopped to talk to some fans, telling them, “I love you and I adore you. Oh, the album. Oh my God! The album is so fuckin’ good!”
This is the first time Nicki has given an update on her upcoming project—which will serve as her fourth studio album—since an interview with DJ Whoo Kid in June. At the time, the rapper said her goal was to make sure the record would be a “classic hip-hop album that people will never forget.”
She added, “I know it’s going to be my best body work and I always love to be in real time, see my fans reacting to something. That’s what I’m looking forward to now. Obviously, I’m not telling them when my album is coming out, but I know that it’s gonna be amazing because I want to thank the people who’ve rocked with me for all these years.”
In related Minaj news, although her feud with Remy Ma may be over, the Queens rapper’s latest comments might rub some other female hip-hop artists the wrong way. While wishing Foxy Brown a happy birthday on Instagram, Nicki praised Foxy by saying she was the only rapper she competes with.
“I may have never even started rapping if it wasn’t for her,” Nicki wrote in her post. “KING FOX. Her flow & delivery is still unmatched. You can’t listen to me w/o hearing her influence. She’s still the only thing I compete w/when it comes to precision flow, delivery & execution. Trini QUEEN 🇹🇹 Happy Birthday my love @foxybrown.”
Check out Nicki talking to her fans about her forthcoming album below.
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