Still rocking... Cardi B @iamcardib grabs 10 MTV Video Music Awards nominations... Cc: @mtv
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Since the "Roman Reloaded" rapper took a hiatus in December last year, until she dropped "Chun Li" and "Barbie Thingz" in early April, the overall roll-out schedule for her upcoming album Queen has been a mess. Minaj got positive reviews for her two new singles, but she only dropped the music videos a month later. And in the meantime these songs tumbled down the charts, with "Chun Li" currently sitting at 82 on the Billboard Hot 100 and "Barbie Thingz" nowhere to found.
Two things that have us scratching our heads are, firstly, the strange way her single/features are being rolled out and, secondly, the lacklustre lyrics. In truth, the questionable lyrics have been a problem since last year. Minaj had many features last year and, for the most part, they were trash. The only good verses she produced were on Swish Swish with Katy Perry and Motorsport with the Migos and Cardi B.
The decline in the quality of her lyrics can be traced back to her very public split from Safaree Samuels in 2014. He has many credits on all Minaj’s albums and was her hype man on stage. Now, before the Barbz get all up in their feelings, no, I don’t think Samuels was Nicki’s ghostwriter. Minaj professed at the 2014 BET awards that, “If Nicki Minaj spits it, Nicki Minaj wrote it”. But it does appear that Minaj bounced a lot of lyrics off Samuels. And would then change things accordingly. Samuels’ rap style and use of metaphors in his freestyling seems to echo that of Minaj.
Their break-up was the point when it became apparent that something was off. Minaj kept her momentum going, but now it seems that her 10-year reign as the Queen of Rap is coming to an end.
Hastening her demise is the meteoric rise of "Bodak Yellow: rapper Cardi B, who is breaking records left, right and centre. She recently garnered her second number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with "I Like It" - something that, for all her plaudits, Minaj has not managed to achieve. And it seems Minaj doesn’t know how to beat this upstart as it’s been a long time since she’s had any competition
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Поздравляем артистов, ставших номинантами премии MTV VMA 2018!😍 Среди них - Бруно Марс, Cardi B, Дуа Липа, Эд Ширан, Linkin Park, Panic! At the Disco, Биби Рекса, Lil Pump, Lil Uzi Vert, Хейли Кийоко, Дэвид Гетта, Сиа, Жанель Монэ, Why Don't We, Kyle🔥
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Cardi B, the Carters (Beyoncé and Jay-Z),Childish Gambino, Drake and Bruno Marslead the nominees for the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards. The show will air live from Radio City Music Hall in New York, New York on Monday, August 20th at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Cardi B earned the most nominations with 10 total, including Video of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Collaboration, Best Choreography, Best Editing (Bruno Mars’ “Finesse” remix, on which she appears), Artist of the Year, Best New Artist, Best Hip Hop (“Bartier Cardi” featuring 21 Savage), Best Latin (Jennifer Lopez’s “Dinero,” with DJ Khaled). The Carters followed with eight nods – Video of the Year, Best Collaboration, Best Hip Hop, Best Cinematography, Best Direction, Best Art Direction, Best Choreography and Best Editing – for “Apeshit,” the lead single from the husband-and-wife duo’s recently-issued collaborative LP, Everything is Love.

Both Childish Gambino and Drake earned seven nominations, respectively. The former’s innovative “This Is America” clip is up for Video of the Year, Video With a Message, Best Cinematography, Best Direction, Best Art Direction, Best Choreography and Best Editing; the latter’s “Walk It Talk It” is up for Best Hip Hop, while his “God’s Plan” visual is up for Video of the Year, Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Hip Hop, Video With a Message and Best Direction.

Bruno Mars received six nods: Video of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Collaboration, Best Choreography, Best Editing (“Finesse” remix) and Artist of the Year. Other artists with multiple nominations include Ariana Grande (five total), Camila Cabello (five), Ed Sheeran (four), Khalid (four), Young Thug (four), Alessia Cara (three), Dua Lipa (three), Janelle Monáe (three), Shawn Mendes (three), SZA (three) and Taylor Swift (three). Kendrick Lamar dominated the 2017 VMAs ceremony with eight total nominations and six wins, including Artist of the Year.

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Cardi B, Beyonce and Jay-Z lead the nominees for the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards. Cardi received 10 nominations in top categories including video of the year, song of the year and artist of the year, while the Carters received 8, including video of the year, best collaboration and best hip-hop for “Apeshit. Other top contenders include Childish Gambino and Drake (with 7 nominations each), Bruno Mars (6) Ariana Grande and Camila Cabello (5), and Ed Sheeran, Khalid and Young Thug (4). #mtvvmas #cardib #beyonce #jayz #rhythmentertainmentnews

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