Nicki Minaj has joined forces with Range Media Partners, the fast-growing management company that manages Jack Harlow, Justin Tranter, Korde, Wale, Midland, Nova Wave and others. Minaj confirmed last year that she had left Irving Azoff’s Full Stop Management and joined Salxco, which manages The Weeknd, Doja Cat, French Montana, Ty Dolla $ign and others. Prior to 2019, Minaj was replaced by Jay Roberson and Cortez Bryant through Blueprint/Maverick Management.
Although Minaj hasn’t released a new full-length album since 2018, she dropped a string of singles last year, including tracks from her 2022 greatest hits collection “Queen Radio: Volume 1,” including the hit “Super Freaky Girl.” He criticized the Grammy Awards for placing the song in the pop category over the rap category, even though he has other songs nominated in the rap category. He co-hosted the MTV VMAs in August.
In July, he released a trailer for his upcoming six-part documentary “Nicky,” which he said is “coming sooner than you think. I took some time to perfect this intimate, subtle, electric, inspirational body of work. As I decide on a house for the project, I can’t help but reflect on what I’m including in this doc. Some things are so personal, it’s scary. It’s something you haven’t seen before and I need to handle it carefully. Love you so much. Thank you for your continued support.” Produced by Canadian company Bron Studios, Minaj said when the trailer was released that the series was still looking for a “home.”
Minaj is a powerful hitmaker both as a lead artist (with the smash singles “Chun-Li,” “Anaconda,” “Superbus” and “Moment 4 Life”) and as a featured guest (with Doja Cat’s “Say So,” Megan Thee Stallion’s). .Hot Girl Summer” and Ariana Grande’s “Side by Side,” among many others).