Nicki Minaj Previews My Time Again Documentary
The firsthand tour of Nicki Minaj’s life continues with the second behind-the-scenes documentary, My Time Again, the follow-up to 2010’s My Time Now. Nicki dropped the trailer for the MTV doc last night on Twitter. In the 60-second short, we see the Queen Barbie being pumped through the fame machine. There’s twerking, tears, a snake bite, performance rehearsal and Nicki’s granny. It all hits the small screen on January 18 at 10 p.m. on MTV.
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Kendrick Lamar to Iggy Azalea: “Obviously God Wants You Here”
Kendrick Lamar thinks folks should take it easy with the criticisms of Iggy Azalea. In a new cover story for Billboard magazine, K. Dot comes to I-G-G-Y’s defense, insisting that her rap presence is divinely ordained. “She’s doing her thing. Let her,” Kendrick said. “People have to go through trials and tribulations to get where they at. Do your thing, continue to rock it, because obviously God wants you here.” Iggy’s The New Classic is up for Best Rap Album at the Grammys, an award that Kendrick lost to Macklemore a year earlier. He’s not sweating gramophones, though. “That’s not my overall goal,” he says. “It’s best to just go and enjoy the festivities.”
K. Michelle Announces My Twisted Mind Tour Dates
K. Michelle is bringing her second album, Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?, to the stage. The 30-year-old vocalist will show off her crazy pipes on her own My Twisted Mind Tour. The dates kick off on February 5 in San Francisco, before hitting L.A., Baltimore, Charlotte and finally concluding in Atlanta on March 12. Thus far, only 12 stops have been announced; more will be added as the tour approaches. Anybody wanna buy a ticket?