Wiz who has been doing more covers than a tribute band, along side funny man Danny McBride for Complex’s 9th anniversary issue. If you want to read some of the Q&A you can do that over at Complex.
Rolling Papers drops on March 29th.
Here is a preview of Amber Rose who just did a peice for Complex, just a teaser there is more coming soon.
Nicki is at it again this time with the cover of Complex magazine. Move over Kim, there’s a new diva in town…
Speaking of Young Money, did your labelmate Drake tell you he’d be mentioning wanting to marry you on his verse for “Miss Me” before you heard it?
Nicki Minaj: He told me he said something about me on a verse, but I didn’t think it would be anything like that. He let me hear it for the first time when we did Jay’s show at Madison Square Garden, the day before Wayne had to go to jail—that night he let me hear it on the headphones. But you know what else he told me he wrote for me? The Alicia Keys song “I’m Ready.” I happen to love the song. I never told anyone that, I hope he won’t get mad that I said that.
Then you have Wayne calling you his future wife.
Nicki Minaj: [Laughs.]
You’re gonna have Drake and Wayne fighting over you.
Nicki Minaj: You have no idea how much I love them. We joke around. That’s the thing about Young Money, we will say a lot of crazy shit in the press but we will get around each other and start cracking up laughing like brothers and sisters. Drake is a playboy. He probably told mad bitches he wrote them songs for ‘em.
What a sick cover this is really next level, as Eminem who could be one of the men of the year thus far if you ask me. Below is a snippet of the interview with Shady…
When the details of Michael Jackson’s death came to light, did you see any parallels?
Eminem: Oh, 100 percent. When you read things about Michael Jackson it’s hard to decipher what the fuck is true, but there’s the story of how he woke up at whatever time and he needed something to go back to sleep because he had this or that and it didn’t work. That’s exactly what used to happen to me: I would take a couple of pills and I would be up an hour later and I’d want more. Then I’d take more and that would be enough to maybe get me back to sleep for two more hours. Then I’d be wide awake again. So I definitely can relate, and it’s a shame if he didn’t have anybody there to just say, “Michael, you’re an addict, you need help.” It’s one of the pitfalls of fame. I could just say, “Yo, I need this and this and this,” and they’re going to give me whatever I want because—
—because you’re Eminem.
Eminem: Exactly, it’s fucked up. The worst thing that could have happened to me as an addict was having money.