Thursday, August 16, 2012

Nicki Minaj Gives Mega Performance With Foxy Brown,Drake and Lil Wayne

Nicki Minaj, Trinidadian-born American rapper, singer, songwriter and voice actress, performs at Roseland Ballroom on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012 in New York. (Photo by Jason DeCrow/Invision/AP) Photo: Jason DeCrow / AL
photo's credit: Timesunion
Nicki Minaj has been busy living the high life of course...Performing concert after concert. This time around Nicki Minaj performed in New York's, Rosaland Ballroom.  As expected Nicki Minaj didn't disappoint. Fans are ranting and raving about the awesome performance that Nicki gave with her Young Money label mates Lil Wayne and Drake. It's been rumored that Nicki Minaj had suffered a vocal injury. However, Nicki Minaj doesn't seem to be allowing the vocal injury to hold her back as she continues to give out of this world performances; creating an even larger fan base than usual. Keep up the good work Nicki. 

According to

She brought out her label mates Drake and Young Money CEO Lil Wayne. The video can be seen here. The trio performed tracks such as "Up All Night," "Make Me Proud" and "The Motto."
Minaj has been drawing crowds all over the US after producing hit after hit. She recently featured on a song with rapper 2 Chainz and she's two more concerts in UK and another one in London, all in a week. Not to mention, she's also got her own fragrance coming. It's safe to say Minaj is at the top of her game.

Timesunion reports, 

Nicki Minaj's New York City concert featured usual suspects like her mentor Lil Wayne and label mate Drake, but it was another guest appearance that was really striking: rapper Foxy Brown.
Brown joined Minaj onstage Tuesday night at the Roseland Ballroom. Before she took the stage, Minaj said she wanted to introduce "the female rapper who influenced me the most."
As Brown entered, the crowd of nearly 3,000 roared. She performed three songs from her last album, 2001's "Broken Silence."
"'Broken Silence' changed my life," Minaj said. "I always loved Foxy. When she put out 'Broken Silence,' I knew she was an innovator."

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