Nicki Minaj has a plastic personality so it is quite fitting that she channels that facet of her brand in her new video for ‘The Boys’. Co-starring the enormously untalented Cassie, the song is the lead single from Minaj’s upcoming ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up’ album.
Nicki Minaj’s verbal assault on Mariah Carey during the auditions of ‘American Idol’ was so dramatic that most people have forgotten that she has a new single, ‘The Boys’, on the radio. Perhaps that is the reason why the record has yet to chart and why she has rushed out behind the scenes footage of [...]
Despite her obvious talent, Nicki Minaj’s antics have made her a regular target for mockery in the Hip-Hop community. Yet, the rapper has done little to improve the situation with her new song, ‘The Boys’, which features the one and only, incredibly untalented Cassie.
In addition to making waves on ‘Watch What Happens Live’ with her comments regarding Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim nabbed the attention of photographers with a dazzling white ensemble at The Blonds show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Meeting with Diddy’s special friend Cassie, the rapper clearly enjoyed the spotlight as she made her way through the crowd.
Rather than respectfully cancel his annual Pre-Grammy Awards Gala in response to Whitney Houston’s death, Clive Davis found another way to honor his most prized artist. Accompanied by Alicia Keys, Britney Spears, Ciara, Kelly Rowland and others, the music mogul celebrated the life of the fallen icon with an evening of song and tributes.
Cassie encountered severe criticism earlier this month when her new song, ‘Radio (Ft. Fabolous)‘, hit the airwaves. However, Diddy’s special friend has not given up. Instead, she has accepted the comments of her naysayers and hired a vocal coach to help her with her new album.
After a long hiatus from the music scene, Cassie has returned with a new song entitled ‘Radio’. Featuring Fabolous, the song samples Mobb Deep’s ‘Shook Ones part II’, which was previously reworked by Mariah Carey for the classic tune ‘The Roof (Back In Times)’.