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Nicki Minaj and Future are joining forces this fall to bring you their NickiHndrxx tour! Combining their individual might the duo embark across the US in celebration of Nicki's latest album, Queen. After extensive dates in the US the pair will head across the pond for the European leg.
Queen, is Nicki's fourth album but it the first since her 2014 mega-hit 'The Pinkprint'. Queen will be full to the brim with mega-star features including Ariana Grande and Lil Wayne.
Bursting onto the scene in 2010 with her debut album Pink Friday, Nicki Minaj has held the top spot for female rappers ever since. With ten Grammy nominations, six AMA's and four Billboard Music Award, Minaj is celebrated for her fast flowing verses and quirky personas, with the British Cockney accent being a regular feature on her tracks. Having sold 20 millions singles world wide and over 5 million albums, Minaj's reign at the top spot doesn't seem to be slipping any time soon.
Starting off as part of the Dungeon Family Collective where he was dubbed The Future (hence the name), Nayvadius Willburn began to rack up critical and public popularity with his second album Honest back in 2014. Now with six studio albums under his belt Future is a mainstay at the top of the singles and albums charts, carving his own niche into a full and ever changing market.
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