There are very few artists in the musical sphere whose resume parallels that of Nicki Minaj. From historic and record breaking moments, such as being the first woman with 100 appearances on Billboard Hot 100, to 10 Grammy nods and a long lot of consecutive international award show wins in almost every single category. After ten years with her foot on the gas and 5-inch heels on the neck of the rap game, according to recent reports, Nicki has decided to part ways with her management team, Gee Roberson and Cortez Bryant, who also manage the likes of Lil Wayne and Rich The Kid.