The famed rapper Nicki Minaj has launched her own record label, signing four people to it.


Minaj spoke in the latest episode of her Queen Radio podcast but didn’t reveal the name of the label.

She said her first four signees include Nana Fofie, Tate Kobang, Rico Danna, and London Hill.

Tate Kobang is a producer who helped make the hit ‘Virgos Grove’ for Beyonce on her ‘Renaissance’ album.


Rico Dana and London Hill are both rap artistes while Nana Fofie is the only African singer signed to the label.

The newly signed artistes took to social media to celebrate their new milestone.

Nicki Minaj’s label announcement came after she released her latest dancehall single, ‘Red Ruby Da Sleeze’ in the early hours of Friday.


The new song climbed to No. 1 on March 3 on the US iTunes chart.

It extended her record as the rapper with the most No. 1 songs on the chart.

In March 2022, Nicki Minaj told the media personality, Joe Budden, in an interview that she was starting her own management and record company.

“I am creating my own management company, I’m also doing my record company,” she had said.


“I have a couple of artistes that I will start the record company with. I’ll speak on that closer to album time.”

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