Nicki is very interesting when it comes to management. It appears as though with each new project, she has a new team. But along with a new team, she’s also reaching greater heights each time as well. Not the most conventional method to the madness but clearly it’s working. From her first mixtape “Playtime is Over” with Fendi on board, moving over to Sickamore with her second mixtape “Sucka Free,” Deb Antney and the Mizay powerhouse for mixtape three, “Beam Me Up Scotty,” and most recently James Cruz/Diddy for her debut album, “Pink Friday.”
XXL has confirmed that Nicki is now being managed by Gee Roberson and Kyambo “Hip Hop” Joshua over at Hip-Hop Since 1978, which is also home to Yeezy, Weezy, Drizzy and Young Jeezy. Seems as though she’s in great hands. No official reason for the split but word is the HB “was under the impression that Diddy would be more hands-on with her career, but was disappointed when she realized it wasn’t the case.”
This source also said Nicki, Diddy and James remain on good terms. Interested to see what new levels this move will take her to!!