Nicki Minaj expressed her gratitude to her fans on social media. This event comes as Nicki Minaj’s 2011 song “Super Bass” received the Diamond certification this month from the Recording Industry Association of America or RIAA.
You can feel delighted to read this latest report about the hip-hop, pop, and dance-pop musician. Indeed, Nicki Minaj’s 2011 song “Super Bass” was among the famous hits a decade ago. After selling 10 million units in the United States, the RIAA certified it as Diamond this week.
You can check out Nicki Minaj’s social media post on her official Instagram account with the handle @nickiminaj, where she has more than 162 million Instagram followers at the time of writing. The 35-second clip features the plaque confirming the RIAA’s Diamond certification for Nicki Minaj’s 2011 song “Super Bass.”
Plus, you can hear the fifth single of Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday debut studio album playing in the background of the Instagram video. The 38-year-old rapper, songwriter, singer, and actress captioned her social media post with the expression “#SuperBassDiamond.”
She thanked her fans for their support for more than ten years. Nicki Minaj also said her “thank you” to several entertainment industry personalities such as Taylor Swift, Young Money or Cash Money, Republic, Ester Dean, Kane, Juice, Sofia Grace, Rosie, and Ellen.
You can tell that millions of fans feel ecstatic and nostalgic at the same time for the Trinidadian-born rapper famous for her animated flow in her rapping. After all, Nicki Minaj mentioned in the caption that “Super Bass” was released before the streaming era.
Onika Tanya Maraj-Petty said that this fact enabled millions of fans to actually buy her famous pop-rap track. In the caption for her Instagram video, she expressed her tremendous thankfulness to her fans and sent love and blessings to them. Nicki Minaj’s social media post has already amassed exactly 1,617,485 Instagram views at the time of writing.
Many fans said “congratulations” after learning about the Diamond certification earned by Nicki Minaj’s 2011 song “Super Bass.” You can read many of them telling the mother of one child that she deserves the honor as her track released a decade ago is iconic, historic, one of a kind, and a moment in time.