Nicki Minaj’s endowments to Pop culture via Hip-Hop music haven’t gone unnoticed by the brilliant minds behind the National Museum of African-American History & Culture who have honoured her art by naming her a “pioneer of Hip-Hop.”
The museum opened on December 24th 2016 and celebrates the achievements of black activists, politicians, athletes, creatives and the like who have propelled society to new levels with their selfless contributions to it.
Minaj stands as part of that number.
Her appearance in the museum’s exhibitions stems from her groundbreaking her career as a female rapper (the highest-selling of all time) and her impactful look, sound and style.
— Ray〽️ (@Redray18) July 6, 2017