Missed Nicki Minaj's "My Time Now" documentary on MTV on Sunday (November 28)? Don't worry, RapFix has you covered. We've got the entire show right here in this post for you, Barbies — and those simply curious — to watch as many times as you like.
Produced by much of the same team behind Minaj's Young Money labelmate Drake's June documentary, "Better Than Good Enough," the film follows the bewigged mic-ripper as she crafts her hotly anticipated album, which dropped on Monday. The curtains are pulled back on the "Right Thru Me" lyricist's hectic lifestyle as she closes in on the November 22 drop date, giving fans a rare glimpse of the Trinidadian-born, Queens MC born Onika Miraj as she grapples with her past and faces her promising future.
Journalists from magazines such as Spin and Rolling Stone comment on the perfect storm of hype that has accompanied the Young Money femcee's debut — Team Minaj's major presence on and off the Web, the impressive list of high-profile features — maintaining that the Queens spitter needs to churn out a pretty much flop-proof album, a task that Minaj readily rises to. With her favorite dried cranberries and almonds on standby — Minaj insists on snacking on the trail-mix ingredients while recording — viewers got an intimate look at the wordsmith in the studio as she crafted Pink Friday.
RapFix checked in with a few viewers for their perspective on "My Time Now."
"Nicki Minaj is one of the weirdest people I don't know," tweeted Tellz_Is_Live.
"Nicki Minaj is real on her show #mytimenow," said KingJ10495I'm feelin' that!"
"I've come to a nerdy academic understanding of Nicki Minaj's rise to fame," said EBO.
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