Jesy Nelson, the British singer best known as a member of Little Mix, has released her debut solo single. It's called "Boyz," and Nicki Minaj lends a hand. The song borrows Diddy's "Bad Boy 4 Life," and he also features in the video.
As a rapper, Minaj is ferocious, known for a unique flow that turns on a dime from sugary to snarling, with razor-sharp wordplay and mercilessly blunt lyricism.
The American rapper turned to her Instagram account to announce the countries that made the list of those that love her music, and guess who was among the top ten.
This is not the first time Kenya has received attention from international celebrities. Recently, Cardi B shared our former presented on her post, and then Snoopy Dogg, Viola Davis shared one of the best Kenyan comic videos, which went viral and drew the attention of other celebrities like as Rihanna.
With Kenya obtaining more international prominence, there is a good chance that it may be able to host these celebrities in the future.
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