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Nicki Minaj launches her own management company and her own label

Nicki Minaj ventures into the entrepreneurial side of the music industry. On March 9, the rapper shared a sit-down maintenance with Joe Budden that she started her own management company and label. “I’m starting my own management company,” she said. Minaj also shared that she initially decided to start her own management company for herself, but eventually wanted to take other people with her.

The announcement comes just months after sources confirmed Variety that Minaj was no longer a client of Full Stop Management, which represents artists such as Lizzo, Roddy Rich and Harry Styles. last september, Variety also reported that Minaj is in preliminary talks with SALXCO, The Weeknd’s management company, Doja CatFrench Montana and Ty Dolla $ign.

The rapper seems to have taken matters into her own hands and, in turn, continued to build her legacy as an artist and mogul. “I’m also doing my record label,” she shared with Budden, revealing that she’s signed artists before. “I have a few artists that I’m going to start the record company with,” she said.

After signing with Young Money Entertainment in 2009, Nicki Minaj was quickly rocketed to international fame. Today, she wants to lead by example and show others that female rappers can become moguls in their own right. “The female rappers before me, I would always say they should have retired as moguls. And I was like, ‘Why isn’t there a female version of Jay-Z, who at the time? , even when I walked in, you could tell he had mogul status,” she told Budden. “So I was like, ‘I’m going to be that person, I’m going to do this.’ Even what I’ve done, I haven’t yet done what I want to do, what I have to do, what I’m going to do.

Minaj will share more details about her label “closer to the album. In fact, the rapper is also said to be working on her fifth studio album. Although no release date has been announced, Minaj shared that she will be going back to her roots on her new project. “There’s a bit of a loop, because I make music much like I was making music when I started rapping on mixtapes,” she said in February. maintenance to The Dana Cortez Show. “Which is just having a great experience, enjoying it, being in the moment, staying present in the moment and seeing what happens.”

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