Nicki Minaj released the long-awaited teaser for her six-part documentary series, Nicki.
The rap queen shared a teaser on Instagram on Thursday (July 28) and said that her work will be delivered sooner rather than later. She explained that she took the time to perfect this very personal, delicate, electrifying, and inspiring body of work. Some things are so personal, it's terrifying. I need it to be handled with care.
The release date for the rap queens Bron Studios-produced film hasn't been announced, but is anticipated to arrive shortly.
The Nicki teaser opens with a blossoming, yet-to-be-signed Minaj rapping lyrics from Dirty Money freestyle. As Chun Li plays, Minaj narrations her documentary. You just learn it as you go.
Nicki victoriously states that when she started the rap game around 2007, female rappers were not really charting. Im fighting for the girls who never imagined they would win.
As the teaser continues her journey to fame, she discusses some of the challenges she faced as a female rapper in a male-dominated industry. It was time for me to grow up and begin loving myself.
Minaj revealed that she would not be releasing a documentary on HBO Max in 2020. A rep has apparently confirmed to Vulture that the series would no longer be available on the streaming platform, according to the release.
Nicki MInaj is scheduled to perform at the 2022iHeartRadio Music Festival at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the same weekend.