Nicki Minaj is looking at new management. Wasim is in talks with SALXCO, a management company led by “Sal” Slyby, to represent the rapper, lyricist and hitmaker. Diversity Learned. She will join a roster including The Weekend, Doza Cat, French Montana, Babe Rexa, Tie Dola Egan and MIA
SALXCO has recently expanded its client base by adding several brands, including Shawn “DD” Combs and the Swedish House Mafia.
Minaj was previously managed in full stop management by Irving Azf, among others, including The Gulls, Harry Styles, Lizo, Roddy Rich, John Meyer, Nguyen Stephanie and Haim. Several sources have confirmed that Minaj is no longer a full stop client; An insider says the two separated earlier this year.
Minaj’s signing with Ajaf led to allegations of a “smear campaign” against him by a man in the Minaj industry after a public dispute in August 2018. Speaking to Apple Music on his own Queen radio show, currently at a wide break, Minaj said of Azaf: “Allegedly, he … contacted the media people to spread negative things about my visit” and called him a “coxswain.”
Despite the dust, the two have joined each other as worthy opponents and potentially powerful allies and forces.
Prior to 2019, Minaj was restored by G. Roberson and Cortez Bryant through Blueprint / Maverick Management.
Minaj is a powerful hitmaker as both a lead artist (including the single Smash “Chun-Lee,” “Anaconda,” “Superbus” and “Moment 4 Life”) and a featured guest (say Doza Cat’s “,” Megan Thi Stallion “). “Hot Girl Summer” and Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side,” among many others).
Minaj is signed to Cash Money / Republic and recently released a full-length album, “Queen” in 2018. He recently tweeted publicly that he had not been vaccinated against Kovid-1. She’s after His tolerance is responsible Wishing her newborn son well.
Diversity Reached representatives of Minaj, Slybi and Azaf for comment.