Nicki Minaj is no stranger to breaking new ground, and she’s now announced the launch of her very own record label.

The Queens rapper shared the news — which reportedly makes her the first female rapper to have their own label — on her Queen Radio show on Friday (March 3).

During the broadcast of the Amazon Amp show, which made its return after a nearly two year hiatus, the “Super Freaky Girl” rapper also shared the roster of new artists she has signed, including London Hill, Tate Kobang, Rico Danna, and Ghanaian singer-songwriter Nana Fofie.

Nicki Minaj said she will unveil the intended name of the label on the next episode of Queen Radio.

Minaj first revealed that she wanted to venture into the business side of the music industry during a sit-down with Joe Budden last year, explaining that she wanted to create a label to show that female rappers can become moguls in their own right.

“The female rappers before me, I would always say they should have retired as moguls. And I would say, ‘Why isn’t there a female version of JAY-Z, who at that time, even when I was coming in, we could see that he was on mogul status,” she told Budden.

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She continued: “So I was like, ‘I’m gonna be that person, I’m gonna do that.’ Even what I’ve done, I haven’t done what I want to do, what I need to do, what I will do yet.”

As far as Nicki Minaj’s music career goes, the Young Money rapper dropped her new single, “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” on Friday, which features a sample of Lumidee’s early 2000s hit, “Never Leave You.”

Before that, she paid homage to her Trinidadian roots by teaming up with Machel Montano and Destra for the “Shake The Place (Remix).”