Kamylle Edwards // REVOLT
It's been seven years since Nicki Minaj came on the scene with both her solo single (mixtape cut "I Get Crazy") and first guest appearance (Young Money posse cut "BedRock"). Since then, she's delivered her debut album Pink Friday, its follow-up Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, and her junior effort The Pinkprint.
But, in her own words, the "era" will come to end on New Year's Eve when she drops documentary The Pinkprint Tour: Nicki Minaj Live From Brooklyn, as she announced to fans last night (December 20) via Twitter.
The news comes just days after it was revealed that Nicki has achieved the second-most Billboard-charting songs among female artists, trailing only behind Aretha Franklin.
In a two-minute teaser, fans can see Nicki discuss living in the moment during an interview before taking to the stage to perform "Feeling Myself."
Once the ball drops the era will be over 😢 #PinkprintOnBET 12/31 💟— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) December 21, 2016