Nicki Minaj’s rereleased album might have fallen short of expectations on the charts, but she was very satisfied with the product.  In a recent interview with Fuse, the head Barbz explains that her next project will start off where Re-Up left off.  She also talks about future collaborations, and says she is not actively seeking features, and prefers to let them happen organically. 

Due to some retailers not carrying the album, Nicki’s Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – the Re-Up, underperformed in sales, but the YMCMB Queen is happy with the direction the album took musically.  Talking about her next full album she describes it as, “A continuation of the Re-Up with just more, I have a lot more to say.  Production wise I love where the Re-Up went, I want to continue down that path, and then I want to add on that musically.”

When asked about who she is looking to link up with for features on upcoming music, Minaj explains that at this stage in her career she does not feel a need to seek out collaborations.  “At this point it doesn’t even matter, to be honest, I’ve worked with so many amazing people...I feel like whoever I’m meant to work with I’ll work with them,” Nicki adds, “It’s out of my hands, it’s out of my control now.  It’s more about the right time, and the right chemistry.”

Nicki Minaj’s repackaged Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – the Re-Up is available now.  See the full interview in the video below.