Yesterday we previewed J. Cole's "Road to the Grammys" as part of Pandora, PepsiCo Inc., and The Recording Academy's Best New Artist series. Today we take a look at Nicki Minaj, who along with Cole is up for the award against Bon Iver, Skrillex and The Band Perry.
"I'm not gonna be nervous about winning because I really don't think I'm gonna win anything," Nicki says. "The way I look at it is, I know eventually in my career I'm gonna have Grammys. This year is just about being nominated and feeling grateful. Feeling like my fans and I have come a very long way. And we're just gonna celebrate this moment."
Nicki is nominated in four total categories. She will also perform at the event.
The 54th annual Grammy Awards airs February 12 at 8PM ET on CBS.
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