The Queen Of Rap!
Nicki Minaj’s new release “The Pinkprint Freestyle” solidifies her as the Queen of Rap. Although she’s been calling herself the Queen for quite sometime, Nicki Minaj’s latest “freestyle” proves once and for all why the title is deserving and will stick. While many would argue that Nicki Minaj has done a litany of things that garners the Queen title before this latest release, its her powerful, raw rapping, punch lines, metaphors and flat out “barzzz” that if you didn’t think she was the Queen of rap before, would make a believer out of anyone.
Nicki Minaj is the highest selling female rapper of all time, a successful fragrance owner with her own fashion line, and a strong business woman that walks into a room and commands attention. Many do not count any of that when it comes to hiphop. When it comes to rap, hiphop lovers, “real rap” fans understand the difference between someone who can rap, and someone who can sell records, and that’s why I say, Nicki Minaj is the Queen of Rap, because like “Monster” Nicki Minaj proves yet again that she can hang with: Jay Z, Nas, Biggie, Tupac, Lauryn Hill, Slick Rick, RZA, MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, Lil Kim, Eminem, EVE, Remy Ma, Fat Joe and many more MC’s who started out with pure rap skills over a dope beat with non-stop bars in her latest; “The Pinkprint Freestyle”.
While this record may not actually be a free-style; rapping without writing it down or memorizing prewritten/prethought words, “coming off the top” as many recognize it. In this day and age, freestyle just means its consistent rap without song structure in typically ABBA format, verse, chorus, verse, bridge etc. Instead, its just thoughts, flow, rhymes over an amazing beat, and Nicki dominates it!
Talk That Talk Nicki;
“Young Ma, it’s the female Jay, Im a brand according to what Retail say…yea my tours be selling out on pre-sale day..”
– Thanks For Reading #SOULdiers
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