1. Nicki Minaj live at The O2 review: the queen proves why she's still the best

    By Emma Loffhagen The first thing to get out of the way about Nicki Minaj’ s sold out Pink Friday 2 London gig is that she showed up. A low bar, perhaps, but it was not necessarily a guarantee. Last week, the 41-year-old Trinidadian rapper’s tour was thrown into chaos when, en route
  2. Nicki Minaj holds minute silence for her 'dear friend' Princess Diana during UK concert

    By Caroline Gaspich Rapper Nicki Minaj gave the Royal Family an unexpected shoutout during her performance in the UK last night as she gave a moment of silence to her "dear friend" Princess Diana . During Nicki's concert at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, the 41-year-old sing
  3. Nicki Minaj praises ‘class act’ Manchester fans as gig axed after her arrest

    By Charlotte McLaughlin Nicki Minaj has praised her fans for being a “class act” and understanding that her gig in Manchester had to be rescheduled after her arrest in the Netherlands. The rapper and singer, 41, said she spent around six hours in custody at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Air
  4. Drake vs. Kendrick Drama Confirms AI Rap Is for Losers

    By Jordan Minor Considering the horrible conflict happening across the globe, it's practically a welcome respite that we can bond over some good, old-fashioned rap beef. Over the past few days, the internet has gotten sucked into the ongoing, increasingly inflammatory verbal battl
  5. Internet calls out Alabama's 'marketing' gimmicks as Travis Barker's daughter teases 'snippets' from new rap

    By Aritri Paul Internet calls out Alabama's 'marketing' gimmicks as Travis Barker's daughter teases 'snippets' from new rap LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Alabama Barker , daughter of Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker , gave fans a sneak peek of an upcoming rap song on Instagram . In the vide
  6. My top hits of the week ranked & Spotify playlisted with new music & videos from problematic pop stars Justin Timberlake, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and Nicki Minaj, the return of rock bands Cage The Elephant, Mumford & Sons, Bad Wolves, and Foo Fighters, club jams from MK and Felix