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Nicki Minaj's Version of the
 NEW Barbie Song Gets Lit
On Society And Culture

By Co-Publisher nZinga Austin

I watched The Barbie Movie, with my mom, and at the end credits it had the Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice renditions of The Barbie song.  It sounded better than the Original Barbie song.  The only thing is it has a lot of cursing in the song.

Both Nicky and Ice Spice are from New York.  Nicky hails from Southeast Queens while Ice Spice grew up in the Bronx.   

Seeing Nicky Minaj and Ice Spice's UPdated hip hop street smart rendition of the Barbie theme song made me reflect on my past, family, and culture. 

I liked all the Barbies growing up but my favorite Barbie was the blond haired blue eyed Barbie.  
I did really like to play with black Barbie's too and my dad wanted me to be proud of my culture.

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What pisses my dad off the most, about the Barbie Doll company, is they did not make Black Barbies at first.  "Not until they saw other black women make their own black dolls and created a market for them did they see an opportunity to cash in on them" stated my dad.

Then The Barbie company made a lot of money making black dolls.  In a way they stole black women's ideas of making black dolls.  My dad's observation is "because when they saw Black women making considerable money from Black dolls they wanted to jump into the market."

This is because at first they never made Black Barbies. That was until they saw other black women making Black dolls.  These Black women started making Black dolls because there was no -- or very limited numbers of black dolls around.

The black women that made their own dolls should be more famous than the Barbie company.  We have to find and honor those women who where the first to create Black or African American dolls.

Barbie was my favorite doll growing up and I also liked Polly Pocket dolls.  I also had Bratz dolls and also One MyScene doll.

MyScene dolls, looked like a cross between a Bratz and Barbie doll.   One of the MyScence dolls' names is Barbie, and both Bratz and MyScene dolls copy Barbie's ideas.

Most Black dolls I see have straight hair.  One day I would like to make some black dolls with high check bones.  They would be taller but thinner than Barbie.

I would make them have natural hair like an afro or African locks.  This is because most dolls do not have locks.

I would like to make some white dolls with blond hair and blues eyes too and also some Asian dolls.   But most of my dolls I have created are black or African American with natural hair.

I might even make some black dolls with their hair relaxed but most of them are going to have naturally curly hair.  My dad finds it interesting "that Barbies in popular movies today, with changing ethnic demographics and diverse cultures, has to incorporate hip hop music and artists to stay relevant and financially viable."

Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

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Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

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