September 25, 2021


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Bia Calls Big Artistes Who Don’t Give Smaller Acts A Chance To Work With Them ‘Clout Chasers’

Nicki Minaj remains one of the most intriguing new faces of 2021, weeks after she suddenly revealed that she would be hopping on BIA’s blockbuster TikTok hit “Whole Lotta Money.”

Despite the fact that BIA has been working in the music industry for years, the added push from the Beam Me Up Scotty rapper proved to be just what she needed.

Following a great performance at Rolling Loud over the weekend, the FOR CERTAIN singer has taken another opportunity to show her appreciation for the recent support she has received from fans and renowned musicians.

Established musicians who support up-and-coming performers by jumping on their tracks, according to BIA, deserve a lot of credit for helping to bring in future generations of creatives.

She further explains that well-known musicians who don’t have it are only in it for the money.

“I have a lot of appreciation for major musicians that jump on the recordings of lesser artists since so many people forget that we all started someplace!”

BIA says this without naming Nicki Minaj. However, when a fan brings her up, BIA quickly mentions the influence Nicki Minaj has had on her career this year.

Nicki was also one of the first popular performers to co-sign and collaborate with the late Pop Smoke, for those who forgot.

“Remember, ‘The openers of today are the headliners of tomorrow,'” BIA said for prospective musicians.

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