Nicki Minaj, Beyonce and Alicia Keys were feeling a bit silly over the weekend as they took selfies with each other at a TIDAL release event.
Prior to Nicki Minaj’s most-recent performance, she and Beyonce joined a few other musical artists at the release event of a new music streaming community. This new medium is supposed to be a first of its kind, according to the site’s information.
Introducing the first music streaming service that combines the best High Fidelity sound quality, High Definition music videos and expertly Curated Editorial.
It seems that a lot of people believe in this new initiative because they all showed up to support it. No one seemed indecisive about the venture. Some, including Rihanna, even purchased a stake in its holdings.
It was a happy and festive atmosphere. Minaj, Beyonce and Alicia Keys, also stakeholders, ended up getting in front of the camera for some playtime.
Last year, Nicki Minaj and Beyonce actually recorded a song together that went ultra viral. The song’s name is Flawless. In the song, both artist express their versions of I woke up like this. The idea is that they wake up flawless and successful, surely after having put in the amount of hard work that they have over the years. After the song’s release, trends began, and the line can still be seen and heard today.
Encouragingly, it seems as though the two have no issues collaborating, even in selfies. Some people find out they’re really nice friends after they get to know each other better.
Even Rihanna was getting to know Nicki Minaj‘s chest a little better, as insinuated in the following photo.
What are your thoughts about the event? Do you think there will be more to come from Nicki Minaj and Beyonce as a “team”? Do you think they’ll incorporate Rihanna into the musical mix as well?
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
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