Nicki Minaj Documentary Series on HBO Max
Rapper Nicki Minaj will star in a six-episode documentary series that will narrate her career in the world of music and will air on the HBO Max platform .
“It will give a raw, unfiltered look at my personal life and my professional career. I can’t wait to share it, “the rapper said in a video posted today on her Instagram after the streaming platform confirmed the project.
Each of the six episodes will be half an hour long, with Minaj as the absolute protagonist “through the most challenging and satisfying moments of her life, her ups and downs in her rise to fame and her journey to motherhood,” said the company.
The news came on the same day that the artist celebrates the 10th anniversary of her debut album, “Pink Friday.”
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In addition, this week she was one of the Latin Grammy nominees for her collaboration with Karol G on “Tusa”, although she did not win any awards.
Minaj holds the record for the artist with the most songs to make the Billboard Hot 100, America’s top chart, with a total of 114 over the course of her career.
HBO Max thus joins the strategy exploited by Netflix of launching documentaries about contemporary artists that are successfully received among its wide circles of followers , as has been the recent case of Blackpink, “Light Up the Sky”, about one of the groups of K-pop that is generating the most attention in the world.
This year the platform launched “Miss Americana” on Taylor Swift and in 2017 it did the same with “Five Foot Two”, the audiovisual portrait of Lady Gaga. Perhaps the most publicized one, though, was “Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé,” featuring Beyoncé’s iconic performance at the 2018 Coachella Festival.
For its part, Apple does not want to miss the trend either and will premiere in February 2021 “Billie Eilish: The World” sa Little Blurry “, about the life of Billie Eilish, who at 18 years old made history this 2020 by becoming the most popular artist young man who wins the four main categories of the prestigious Grammys.