Teh Ghey singer Trey Songz probably wishes he never asked rapper Nicki Minaj to jumping on his homoerotic track, "Bottom Ups". Nicki Minaj is getting major props for her rap contribution on "Bottom Ups". The blogosphere has been buzzing about Nicki and not so much about Trey, who was out shined on his own track. I'm hard to please, but even I like Nicki's flow. Even the legendary MC Lyte praised Nicki Minaj's flow while ignoring Trey on his own track. Trey has to be mad!
This is how embarrassing it's gotten: someone made a video of just Nicki's verse on the track -- cutting Trey out completely.
Whatcha think about that, Lil' Kim? Nicki's hurricane-like verse is a smorgasborg of accents, sound effects and voices, but Nicki doesn't claim any credit for it, she gives all props to Roman Zolanski. Roman, of course, being one of the multiple personalities living in her warped head. Alter egos aren't dead yet, folks!
The best part? Definitely the Anna Nicole imitation: "All around the world, do you hear me? Do you like my body? Anna Nicki." Who knew that the last, desperate throws of Anna Nicole's tragicomic life would be resurrected through hip hop? Gotta love it. Read More...