Last night ladies and gentlemen I have to say I was quite impressed with the very tatlented Nicki Minaj after she sheared the stage for more than have the night with some of Atlanta’s top musicians.
Â Nicki gave honor to all the people who helped her when she first movied to the ATL Â and got her career popping, The singer honored people like singer and my homie Monica praising her, and thanking her for giving her someone to look up to…
This had to be one of the best concert’s I have ever gone too … P.S. She said she will be back!!! Next time with Gucci !!! Much much love…Â The good fokes over at the AJC got all the play by play Â details and I got the photos…
“Instead of being called the â€œPink Fridayâ€ tour, Nicki Minajâ€™s triumphant return to Atlanta Sunday night could have been dubbed â€œThe Tour Stop Featuring Every Atlanta Rapper Except Ludacrisâ€¦And Even A Couple of R&B Stars.â€
The first chunk of her joyful 100-minute show at the Fox Theatre breezed along from the insanely catchy â€œBeez in the Trapâ€ (with openers 2 Chainz) to Big Seanâ€™s raw club thumper â€œDanceâ€ to â€œRight By My Side,â€ a straight-up power ballad that proves Minaj knows her way around a melody as well as a rhyme.
But then the parade started. Quietly, at first, with a quick appearance by Young Jeezy, who rattled off â€œSupa Freakâ€ to a sold-out crowd already amped by Minajâ€™s canâ€™t-turn-away stage presence.
Then, halfway through the concert, Minaj started to talk about a vocalist who influenced her from her earliest days of singing in her bedroom and out strolled Monica to deliver â€œWhy I Love You So Muchâ€ (she sounded great except on those extremely over modulated long-held notes).Minaj had barely returned to the stage when Bobby V slid out from the wings, leading Minaj to state, â€œIâ€™m gonna go change,â€ and scurry offstage for her fifth or sixth costume swap while Bobby crooned â€œSlow Down.â€
When Minaj returned in a straight black wig, pink tights over black hot pants and a cute cap, she had barely launched into her mixtape medley, told the crowd how Atlanta is one of her second homes and gave a shout out to Gucci Mane for all of his help with her career when another guest was added to the list â€“ Waka Flocka Flame.
Shaking his dreadlocks, the muscular rapper sent the crowd into another frenzy with â€œRound of Applauseâ€ and astutely noted to Minaj, â€œWeâ€™ve come a long way from roaches to Rolexes.â€ READ MORE