Nicki Minaj returned to Live! With Regis & Kelly to perform her current single “Right Thru Me” off her Pink Friday album. After the performance she participates in a short Q&A, in which at one point Regis tries his hand at grabbing Nicki’s behind. *DEAD*
Ghetto Extraordinary is a 12 minute mini-movie that probably was to drop along with Killer Mike aka Mike Bigga’s free album of the same name that dropped in 2008. Lookout for Killer Mike’s new album Pl3dge dropping in 2011.
Above, check out the visual for “Mojo So Dope” by KiD CuDi that can be found on the documentary Journey of the Rager. This video is included in the deluxe edition of Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager CD/DVD package.
Earlier tonight, the 2010 Soul Train Awards hosted by Terrance Howard & Taraji P. Henson aired on Centric/BET Network, honoring Anita Baker & Ronald Isley. Performers that hit the stage at the Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta included: R.Kelly, Ne-Yo, Bruno Mars, Cee-Lo Green, Erykah Badu, Jazmine Sullivan and more. Above, catch Chrisette Michele, Tamia, Faith Evans, Rachelle Ferrell, Kem, Goapele, Lalah Hathaway and El DeBarge perform a tribute to Anita Baker.
Just wrapped up on MTV was the debut of My Time Now, a special documentary following Young Money’s Nicki Minaj during the lead up to the release of her debut album Pink Friday. Much like Drake’s documentary, the hour long feature takes viewers behind the scenes up close and personal with Nicki, her camp and family.
Yesterday at the Bayou Classic Fan Fest in New Orleans, Lil’ Wayne made a guest appearance during Tyga’s set to perform the Young Money cut “Bedrock” & “Deuces” with Mack Maine, Lil’ Twist & Lil’ Chuckee backing them.