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Nicki Minaj, I want to work with her. I want to work with Kanye and M.I.A. A photo posted by SALMA SLIMS (@salmaslims) on Oct 9, 2016 at 1:25pm PDT Just to trail back and acknowledge a possible connection, I realized that in The Diary, with the first song, Chanel Baby, you were talking about a ghetto girls dream and thats the name of your next project and the intro track. Did you do that purposely? Ill tell you the truth. We were all sitting around and you know how in the song (Chanel Baby) its like its a ghetto girls dream, Chanel bags and things. So, every day this dude, Noah Wood$ would come up to me and be like Its a ghetto girls dream. Because I brought him on tour with me and he would hear that line every day, he would just be making fun of me like its a ghetto girls dream. And hes a white dude, so its funnier when he says it [Laughs]. And Dave (photographer), just randomly one day in the studio was like, Its a ghetto girls dream.. you need to stop playing and make that your next project name. And it was just actually the perfect transition idea. So in your music, you give off a vibe of how you were always alone and had to make it on your own. How do you feel that has played a part in who you are today? It just makes me appreciate the people that are working for mebecause there was a point that I was just in a dark place trying to figure out what I needed to do next and how I needed to do it.
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