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FutureStarrNicki Minaj Lyrics Monster: Five Reasons Why Nicki Minaj's Monster Verse Is Legendary
Kanye West shocked everyone five years ago when he dropped an unexpected, epic collab featuring Bon Iver, Jay Z, Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj that became an instant classic and further cemented Minaj as an unstoppable force in her male-dominated industry. Her lyrical talent is legendary; whether she's firing back at critics or encouraging body positivity. Let's examine six reasons why "Monster" verse is such an impactful one. 1. It’s a Cinderella Story Five years ago today, Kanye West released his legendary collaborative cut "Monster." It included Hip Hop superstars Bon Iver, Jay-Z and Rick Ross as well as an up-and-comer named Nicki Minaj; her verse on this track remains one of the finest examples in modern rap history, cementing her place within the industry. Queens rapper Queens never achieved her breakthrough through traditional methods; according to Kanye West's ex Amber Rose, Queens almost didn't make the track altogether. West initially felt Minaj wasn't worthy of featuring, and wanted to remove her verse; however, Rose convinced him otherwise and Minaj's legendary verse would never have come together without Rose's persuasion. That intervention led directly to it happening! Nicki Minaj dazzled audiences by showing she is just as capable at lyrically as Jay-Z and West. Additionally, she used the mic to debunk any accusations from Kanye West that she is an "monster", likening those claims to those made against Bride of Chucky from Child's Play series. Queens rapper Nicki Minaj delivers an explosive verse that will leave listeners breathless, with her fiery verse paying homage to "Monster". Minaj's tribute not only stands out as memorable music but is an iconic moment in hip-hop and pop culture history; it demonstrates that no matter how often women feel they have been underrepresented and undervalued, by believing in themselves and working hard enough, anything is achievable. 2. It’s a Cinderella Verse Five years ago, Kanye West released "Monster", featuring Bon Iver, Rick Ross, Jay Z and Queens rapper Minaj as featured guests on an unassuming audience. Minaj delivered one of the finest verses ever heard in rap history on Mike Dean trap beat that remains legendary today - regardless of your view on Kanye or not! Verse is easily understood, which explains its popularity with so many people today. Full of metaphors and similes that take readers on an unforgettable ride through Cinderella and her stepsisters' story; particularly noteworthy is the last stanza which highlights women's challenges in modern society. Even under harsh treatment, Cinderella manages to turn her situation around and make the ball thanks to a white dove and her father's gift of a small tree, which ultimately flourished into something much grander and fulfilled all of her wishes. Although not Sexton's only verse that can be related to fairy tales, this one stands out. Fairy tale imagery has long been used by her to communicate deeper messages and emotions - be they women's rights issues or the moral conflict between good/evil. 3. It’s a Cinderella Verse With a Twist Rappers are known for crafting lyrics with clever and humorous wordplay, such as Nicki Minaj. Her unforgettable verse on 'Monster' takes aim at her critics while telling a different version of Cinderella. She begins by explaining that she isn't a "dirty slut", rather her real name is Cinderella and that it wasn't lost but instead flushed away by her nasty sisters. Finally, the most telling line in this verse comes at the end when Cinderella says her wish is for "a decent man" who won't chop off heads. As soon as listeners realize the song will differ from anything they have experienced previously, they become aware that Jax has taken an unconventional approach to her Cinderella tale: turning it into an anthem against all men who have wronged Cinderella and showing that women can find happiness without needing Prince Charming. Minaj surprises her listener further by likening herself to Bride of Chucky from Child's Play movies - an effective way of showing that she is both powerful and funny at once. Nicki Minaj quickly proved her talent when Kanye West featured "Monster" as part of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, as the third track. Minaj left an immeasurable mark during her brief stay on this record. 4. It’s a Cinderella Verse With a Scream Five years on, "Monster" remains one of Minaj's crowning achievements. It marked her transition from featured guest to chart-topping superstar status and is still widely considered one of music history's greatest verses - no other rapper has come close since! Scream-inducing lyrics have become a cultural touchstone, and were the first time a female rapper uttered such an emotive scream. Jake Nava-directed video also became notorious for its graphic depictions that some feminist groups contend perpetuate and glorify violence against women. Scene One begins in a chateau where Lady Tremaine and Anastasia are having music lessons, singing an awful rendition of "Oh Sing, Sweet Nightingale." Cinderella sneaks upstairs to observe what's going on and notices they are leaving to go to a ball, so she tries to persuade them not to leave and advises that when they arrive she stay behind because the Prince will be looking for his bride - the one wearing the glass slipper could be it! She gives advice that when they arrive, which results in Cinderella running off on her own without realizing her slipper! And just as midnight strikes they find each other and kiss each other for good luck and eternity! Amber Rose revealed nearly exactly 10 years after Kanye West released his classic album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy that Ye privately revealed to her he thought Nicki Minaj had killed him on "Monster." This 2010 track features Queens MC singing an angry verse featuring growling vocals and full-throated screaming that has yet to be replicated by any other rapper. 5. It’s a Cinderella Verse With a Growl Kanye West released his classic hip hop track "Monster" five years ago with an incredible guest lineup that would make even the toughest gangster jealous: Jay Z, Bon Iver, Rick Ross and Minaj all took part in creating an iconic cut that cemented Minaj as one of hip hop's premier female rappers. Her iconic ad-libs cemented her status as one of hip hop's premier female MCs. "Monster," originally intended for West's Watch the Throne with Jay-Z album, later appeared on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and is widely recognized as one of the greatest rap collaborations ever assembled. Minaj stands out with her powerful verse while its video directed by Jake Nava features scenes inspired by horror films - something some critics claim glamorizes violence against women. Minaj raps as both her Roman Zolanski and Barbie personas in this music video. Blac Chyna acts as her double, making the "Monster" video one of Minaj's most creative projects ever, showing she can rap as two separate characters effortlessly. Queens MC Minaj is revered by fans, with some even considering her verse the best of her career. Fans eagerly sang back every rhyme during her last tour; Adele's performance of "Monster" on Carpool Karaoke served as yet another reminder of just how talented Minaj is at what she does - all delivered with an intoxicating growl that commands respect from listeners everywhere. And she will soon return for her seventh project overall!