These days rappers do pay close attention to Forbes Magazine. Especially when they release their annual richest rappers list. However, thanks to Brian Rolli, Nicki Minaj may no longer care for Forbes’ opinions.
His latest article, “Nicki Minaj’s ‘Queen’ Rollout Reeks Of Desperation” delivers a sharp opinion of Young Money’s first lady. Keep in mind, Minaj and her legion of “barbies” have promptly responded to any journalist/ blogger who dares to speak ill on her name.
Rolli calls attention the charting positions of Nicki’s last few solo efforts and collaborations as evidence of Nicki Minaj falling off. Taking it a step further he says “FEFE” was Nicki Minaj’s last ditch to stay relevant.
Take a look at an excerpt from his article below:
“Three months later and Minaj is still chasing the success of “Chun-Li.” Her proper follow-up single, the Ariana Grande-assisted “Bed,” stalled at No. 43 on the Hot 100 despite a sultry vocal hook and tropical dance beat that seemed destined to dominate airwaves. Minaj reciprocated the favor by sleepwalking through Grande’s “The Light Is Coming,” a curious electro-pop number that only reached No. 95 on the Hot 100. But neither of these unremarkable tracks could prepare listeners for Minaj’s latest move: “FEFE,” her abominable collaboration with 22-year-old Brooklyn rapper 6ix9ine.”
You be the judge, is he right? or is he reaching a little too far? Only time will tell if indeed Nicki Minaj has fallen off. Read the rest Rolli’s opinion here