2014 was quite a rollercoaster ride for rap's reigning queen, Nicki Minaj. As the year ended with the highly anticipated release of her third album, "The Pink Print," the 32-year-old Queens native experienced careers highs as she hosted an international awards show and performed all over the world to millions. But, in her personal life, she experienced major lows as she and her boyfriend of 11 years, Safaree Samuels, split ways.
MTV was there for some of her greatest moments and decided to capture it all and turn it in to a new documentary entitled, "My Time Again."
Watch the trailer, here.
In the one minute visual, Minaj is seen preparing for her 2014 Video Music Awards performance, hanging out in the studio and visiting family. Without the gimmicks of wigs and over the top make up that made her famous before, Minaj seems to be much more vulnerable and more comfortable with who she is becoming as an artist.
She admits, "I didn't know that this album would entail an emotional rollercoaster. No one can prepare for this business."
The "Anaconda" rapper announced it on her Twitter and her fans, the "Barbz," immediately responded with excitement.
— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) January 9, 2015
@NICKIMINAJ YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS NICKI — King Caleb (@MinajNC) January 9, 2015
— KayNasttt (@kaysonwoolford) January 9, 2015
For the second time, her fans will get a small look inside of their favorite artists' most private moments with MTV. Five years ago, the world watched their first foray into the life behind the costumes and cameras in Nicki's debut project with the network, "Nicki Minaj: My Time Now." In part two, MTV shows how she deals with pressure, moving forward in her growing career and what happens when she's pushed to her limits.
In her opinion, she thinks the pressure is healthy. At the end of the trailer, she says, "Every human needs to push themselves to the point of breaking sometimes. If you never break, you never know how much pressure you could take.
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"Nicki Minaj: My Time Again" will air on Sunday, Jan. 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.