Nicki Minaj Set to Be First Female Rapper to Sell 100 Million Records

January 4, 2019
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In retrospect Nicki Minaj has had an illustrious career and when it’s all said and done, it fair to say she will be headed for the hall of fame. To date Nicki has sold a whopping 99 million records which includes albums, singles and songs she was featured on. According to Chart Data, the Recording Industry Association of America has certified Nicki is at 99 million units sold.

Upon selling another one million records, Nicki Minaj will go down in music history as the first female rapper to sell 100 million units. With her current album Queen still selling and upcoming music which she is featured in, it’s just a matter of time before she achieve that 100 million mark.

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