Nicki Minaj Explains Why Her Next Album Needs To Be A Classic
"Some days, I'm going to enter the studio at six in the morning, some days it does not come out until six in the morning."
Nicki Minaj has admitted that she does not know when his next album will be finished.
In a recent interview with Dazed, Minaj revealed that she has spent the better part of the year so far, working on the follow-up to 2014's The Pinkprint, but refuses to put a deadline on the project. That does not mean that she has not been working hard, however.
"I'm a little swamped," she said. "Some days, I'm going to enter the studio at six in the morning, some days it does not come out until six in the morning."
Nicki explained that the main reason for taking your time in the album is to make sure that their fans get a classic when all is said and done.
"I have seen my fans grow over the last ten years, which is crazy. I've been following some of them for eight years on Twitter. Imagine that. There are children that have gone to college twitter me your damn degrees when they graduate, or twitter to me photos of their babies and I remember when they had just come out of high school. I'm like, 'I do.' It is a beautiful thing. I do not take for granted. That is why I'm not running the album, because it means a lot to me. I have to release a classic at this point."
Of course, Nicki's impact has not diminished much in the years since their last full-length album. The Fans seem very interested in his budding romantic relationship with Nas, and she presents regularly at the major successes of stars such as Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti and Fergie. She has also been falling on the loose in the meantime, including "No Fraud" with Lil Wayne and Drake during her beef with Remy Ma.
When people really have no idea that is about to come out. All of them are at diff times, so that it makes it stronger n stronger. This crowd was so fkn dope. S/o Future And Yo Gotti #TheMeadows
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In March, Minaj also broke Aretha Franklin's record for the most Billboard Hot 100 tracks for any fe