We previously saw photos a few days ago, and now we can watch footage of Nicki Minaj hosting a New Year’s party at E11EVEN MIAMI nightclub in Florida on December 31st, 2016.
In the clips, Nicki can be seen counting down to 2017, as well as performing “Love More“, “Black Barbies“, “Super Bass“, “Dance (A$$)“, and “Beez In The Trap” live.
Hit the jump to check out some footage of the Young Money Barbie at E11EVEN MIAMI!
Nicki Minaj brought in the New Year’s by partying at E11EVEN MIAMI nightclub in Miami, Florida on December 31st, 2016 until the early morning on January 1st, 2017.
It was originally supposed to be Jennifer Lopez who was going to host the New Year’s Eve party, but the Young Money Barbie took her place after she dropped out to spend time with Drake instead.
You can check out some photos of Nicki at E11EVEN Miami that she shared on her Instagram page after the jump below!
Nicki Minaj will be bringing in 2017 by hosting a party at E11EVEN MIAMI nightclub in Miami, Florida on December 31st.
Jennifer Lopez was originally scheduled to perform at E11EVEN’s New Year’s Eve bash next Saturday, but Nicki has now took her place after she dropped out.
If you wish to attend the club to see the Young Money Barbie count down to the new year, click here to order your tickets online. They are currently priced at around $340.00, but will keep increasing as the event gets closer!
I know it’s a good way away yet, but it has been revealed how Drake plans to bring in the New Year’s on December 31st, 2016 to January 1st, 2017.
Drizzy will host a party at Hakkasan Main Room inside the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
If you wish to attend the nightclub to see the 6 God, click here to order your tickets online that vary from $100.00 all the way up to $225.00!
“I think it’s crazy that somehow, some higher power brought all these individuals together,” Drake told MTV News on the set of Minaj’s “Moment 4 Life” video. “I remember being on the tour bus when Wayne played me Tha Carter III, which went on to sell a million copies in one week. Then it was Thank Me Later. It was this big pressure, and that went on to sell what it did.
“And now,” he continued, “to think of the girl that I used to ride the bus with — and that’s what she was to me: this girl that I rode the bus with. I was like, ‘Female rap?’ And I’m being dead honest with you. I thought, ‘Man, it’s been a while since there’s been a female rapper, and I’m curious to see how this works.’
“It’s not that I didn’t believe,” he added. “And she was probably looking at me like, ‘This Jew from Canada: I don’t know.’ ”
“It’s amazing now to see her come into her own, build this brand and persona,” he said. “It’s incredible.” – MTV
Hit the jump to watch Drake talk about his upcoming European tour and how he has his goals set for the New Year. He also mentions that he is very excited to be nominated for the Grammy’s.