She has been described as a zeitgeist of pop culture—armed with the killer curves of Kim Kardashian, the theatrics and antics of Lady Gaga, the “pop” appeal of Katy Perry, and the lyrical wizardry and street cred of rap Queen Li’l Kim. And on July 11, the Philippines will get to know firsthand why Nicki Minaj is more than just a black Barbie.

The Trinidadian-born American rapper and singer-songwriter quickly became a global phenomenon shortly after releasing her debut album Pink Friday in November 2010. It became an instant hit, peaking at no. 1 on the US Billboard 200 and being certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) only a month after its release.

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