NICKI MINAJ CELEBRATES POLO G'S ‘HALL OF FAME’ BILLBOARD NO. 1: ‘CHICAGO STAND UP’
After Chart Data reported the Chicago rapper's sophomore album Hall of Fame would debut at No. 1 on the upcoming Billboard 200 chart, Minaj got on Twitter to not only congratulate Polo G but also promote his "Party Lyfe" video featuring DaBaby.
"CONGRATULATIONS POLO‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️ SOOOOOO FN HAPPY FOR YOU‼️‼️‼️‼️ first #1 album," she wrote on Friday (June 18). "Chicago, stand TF UP‼️ Talented & humble. Stay on ya grind boo. Make sure y'all check out the video he just dropped w|Da Baby too. Dope."
"CONGRATULATIONS POLO‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️🤣🎀♥️🙏🦄 SOOOOOO FN HAPPY FOR YOU‼️‼️‼️‼️ first #1 album. Chicago, stand TF UP‼️ Talented & humble. Stay on ya grind boo. Make sure y'all check out the video he just dropped w|Da Baby too. Dope. 🥳🤪 https://t.co/T3kGsabaCV
— #ForTheLoveOfNewYork w/Polo G out NOW ‼️🎀🦄♥️ (@NICKIMINAJ) June 18, 2021"
Minaj's celebration for Polo comes as the Chicago rapper tackles stiff competition from Migos for the No. 1 spot. Despite early projections giving Polo G the upper hand, the Atlanta trio made a hard charge for No. 1, even alerting fans to a deluxe edition of their latest album. Instead, Culture III is currently projected to land at the No. 2 spot, falling short of the No. 1 perch the previous two Culture albums landed on.
The soon-to-be No. 1 album is another feather in the cap for Polo G's 2021. He earned his first Billboard No. 1 single in April with "RAPSTAR" and recently sat with Basketball Hall of Famer and former Chicago Bulls legend Scottie Pippen to discuss the obstacles between his debut album and his sophomore effort and how they aligned to when Pippen's Bulls overcame the Detroit Pistons en route to their first NBA title 30 years ago.