Nicki Minaj Is Busty In "Transformer Clip" & Really Feeling Herself (Up)

Nicki Minaj is selling her new music in breezy style. The rapper filmed herself lipsyncing to her newest collaboration with Future, “Transformer.” The clip that was uploaded with one her favourite filters exhibits the entertainer bouncing to the beat and displaying some her belongings. Her rap expertise are featured for a small half the video, however her bust wins most the eye.

Minaj is sporting a form-fitting tank high flesh-like shade, accentuating her curves. In case viewers hadn’t observed her prized possessions, Nicki brings consideration to them with some gentle squeezing. She then tugs her shirt right down to tease a bit extra pores and skin and will get on with the bouncy fondling.

She lipsyncs most her “Transformer” verse however places emphasis on the road that describes her greatness. She breaks the silence to assert her profitable standing. 

When “Transformer” got here out, some listeners began speculating in regards to the which means her lyrics. Many believed Nicki was taking photographs at her rival Cardi B. The incriminating strains weren’t celebrated on this clip, although. Nicki is just having enjoyable and we’re right here for it. 

Azealia Banks Headlines Toronto's 2018 NXNE Lineup

NXNE has announced the first wave performers for 2018’s Summer lineup. Organizers marked the occasion by debuting a viral promo, in the false pretext a smear campaign. The video features a series nasty reviews for previous NXNE events, before cutting to giant font “WE GET IT. AND WE’RE COMING BACK.” Those words come with an expectation the festival can right their wrongs.

Consequently, NXNE has overhauled its programming with respect to the feedback they received. Festivals ten experience growing pains, and actual monetary loss, in their first years nativity. NXNE also released the lineup for its Club Land series, devising 30 individual showcases over 7 days. Artists included in the Club Land itinerary include Saya, Myst Milano, La Timpa, Just John, among others.

The main headliners for the festivities taking place on Yonge-Dundas Square this June are comprised both, “local legends” and prominent acts from out–province and overseas. Toronto’s Jazz Cartier & Sean Leon will represent their hometown, whereas outsiders Azealia Banks & Big Freedia look to be the biggest hip hop acts invited to perform. Big Freedia, a legend in her locale New Orleans, was recently sampled in Drake’s “Nice for What,” a song that borrows from the energetic style ‘bounce music.’ Tickets for the Club Land series are available at the low cost $29. The Wristband gives you access to all 30 showcases. The main events are not included in the flat fee.