Instagram Is Losing It To Nicki Minaj’s Nude ‘Wobble Up’ Video: Nicki Minaj has 102 million Instagram followers for a reason. Her April 18 update is proving why.
Today’s video is promoting Nicki’s latest music – “Wobble Up” is a Chris Brown track featuring Minaj and G-Eazy. For a featured act, Nicki is certainly taking center stage.
An eye-popping rear (that is likely Nicki’s) forms a gyrating loop as the song plays. Likely enhanced by digital touch-ups, the nude behind comes complete with a submerged effect. Purple backgrounds form makeshift waters – while no tub is visible, the anonymous derrière appears to be provocatively shaking in some kind of liquid. Pink, white, and blue bubbles add decorative finishes.
The video had been viewed over 1.5 million times within two hours of being posted.
Comments are showing fans at their most dedicated. One pitted Minaj’s presence against modern-day music in general.
Minaj is anything but boring. Snappy lyrics, witticisms, and the ability to tear half of Hollywood to shreds in one track were made more than clear with Nicki’s “Barbie Dreams” song. The shade-throwing track was enough for Rolling Stone to collate a list of all the rappers “dissed” in the song’s four minutes and 39 seconds.
Today’s update does not appear to throw any shade. Rather, it seems to feature a spotlight. Nicki is it.
For some, the “Wobble Up” release is lacking, though. One fan voiced a touch of disappointment.
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Kid Cudi admits he wasn’t happy with his Eminem collaboration at first
The pair dropped their new single ‘The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady’ last Friday (July 10).
The track sees Eminem referencing the COVID-19 pandemic and the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. At one point he says “fuck Drew Brees” – referencing the NFL quarterback who claimed that taking a knee disrespects the US flag.
“The ship was in motion after that because then we had reached out,” he said. “I was like, ‘Yo, let’s reach out to Paul Rosenberg (Eminem’s manager), man. Let’s do this the right way. Really connect with him and let him know that we’re trying to get up with Em’. I had the record and I just was like, ‘Man, let’s send it to him. The worst that could happen is, he doesn’t fuck with it, and then at the end of the day, I won’t be mad about it’.”
He continued: “So I just sent it off and he responded back. They said, ‘he fuck with it’. And they were asking questions like when I was thinking about releasing it and all these things and I was just like, ‘Whoa, it seems like he’s going to write this shit’.
“All right. Okay. So I mean, he sent it right back and, man, I got him on the phone. I had to tell him, I was like, ‘Yo bro, you fucking destroyed this shit’. Because I was nervous because I was like, ‘Man, I’m fucking going get him Eminem on my song, he going body me on my own shit’. But I was like, fuck it. like, fuck it. I just want a joint with Em, so.”
Cudi returned with the single ‘Leader of the Delinquents’ back in April, marking his first solo track since December 2016. He has since joined forces with Travis Scott on ‘The Scotts’ and teased a ‘Kids See Ghosts’ animated show with Kanye West.
Last month, Eminem apologised to Diddy‘s Revolt TV after criticising them in a recently leaked verse. “I never meant for that verse to be heard, I was heated in the moment and thought better of it and decided to pull it back,” he explained.
Slipknot’s Jay Weinberg discusses replacing Joey Jordison: “It was a lot of learning”
Slipknot drummer Jay Weinberg has discussed the pressure he felt when replacing original drummer Joey Jordison in the band.
Weinberg replaced Jordison ahead of the release of the band’s 2014 album ‘.5: The Gray Chapter’.
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Speaking to Spain’s The Metal Circus, Weinberg spoke of his first experiences of joining the band. “I wouldn’t say I was walking on eggshells. For me, I understood my role in the context of a band changing its dynamic dramatically, working on new songs without two of its founding members [Jordison and late bassist Paul Gray].
“That was huge for a band that had, at this point, existed almost 20 years or something. It wasn’t like walking on eggshells, ’cause I knew the role that I was coming in to play.”
“I haven’t been in this band as long as they have, so it was a lot of learning,” Weinberg added. “And still, to this day, I approach this band with open eyes and open ears, ’cause I think every day, I’m learning more and more. And every day, I think, as an individual and perhaps as a collective, we get closer and closer to understanding the potential of what the band really has.
“I had a lot to bring and a lot to prove — not to an audience,” he added. “I didn’t concern myself with that, because I can’t control that — I can’t control how a listening audience is going to accept new Slipknot songs that are my first songs playing with the band or whatever; I can’t control how anybody’s gonna react to that. But I had a lot to prove to myself, I had a lot to prove to my new bandmates, that, for whatever reason, they were drawn to my playing and that I was asked to be a part of their band for a reason.”
Joey Jordison recently shared his memories of Slipknot’s classic 1999 debut album as the band celebrated 21 years of the record. “It’s almost hard to believe how these years have flown by like blast beats,” he wrote. “That album was [and] will always be some of the absolute best memories of my life.”
Tekashi 6ix9ine says he’s “surprised” he hasn’t “died yet”
Tekashi 6ix9ine has said he’s surprised he hasn’t “died yet”, while awaiting the end of his house arrest.
The rapper faced extensive jail time for racketeering charges last year, but his sentence was dramatically cut after he testified during the trial of Anthony “Harv” Ellison and Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack who faced federal racketeering and firearms charges at the time.
But as he awaits full freedom next month, he’s aware of the potential danger that awaits him upon release.
“I’m surprised I didn’t die yet”, he wrote on Instagram.
“But it’s not so bad being dead the way ya support the artist after they die.”
On Sunday, 6ix9ine’s attorney Lance Lazzaro said he planned to keep a low profile on release, telling TMZ he is “focused on work, security, and elevating his music career” and he’s “going to be consulting with his security team on every move.”
Lazzaro added that he will be on “supervised release for five years” and he’ll have to get permission “from the judge to leave the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.”
Earlier this month, the rapper gave fans a look behind-the-scenes at how he managed to shoot three of his recent music videos while he was under house arrest.
To celebrate his stint under house arrest coming to an end, the controversial rapper shared a video showing his fans exactly how he shot videos for the record-breaking ‘GOOBA’ and ‘TROLLZ’ with Nicki Minaj, as well as Spanish single ‘YAYA’.
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