Most artists don't have MTV knocking at their door to shoot a documentary before they've even released their first album. But most artists aren't Nicki Minaj. Nicki Minaj's rise to fame has been nothing short of meteoric. Taylor Swift may have sold albums like hotcakes this year, and Lady Gaga may be keeping paparazzi shooting around the clock, but Nicki Minaj, whose Pink Friday album has been in the works all year, has had the Internet, the music industry and her legion of Barbies going nuts. (Those Barbies, by the way, seemed to fall for her lightning-fast delivery and outrageously wry lyrics almost overnight.)
On Sunday, Nov. 28, just days after the Nov. 22 release of her intensely anticipated debut album, Pink Friday, MTV will air My Time Now, an exclusive up-close-and-personal look at Nicki Minaj's life after three months of following her every public and private move, from the 2010 MTV VMAs to her first visit to Trinidad in seven years. We'll show you the Nicki Minaj you know--pink-haired, face-pulling Young Money member of a million voices--and the Nicki Minaj you may not know: Nicki as a hard-hitting businesswoman and soft-hearted family member.
Watch the trailer for a sneak peek at Nicki Minaj's MTV documentary and don't miss Nicki Minaj's My Time Now MTV documentary when it airs on Sunday, Nov. 28 at 10 p.m. ET.