Saudi Arabia has welcomed American rapper Nicki Minaj to perform in the nation this month in a surprising move for the broadly preservationist kingdom.
Minaj is booked to feature the Jeddah World Fest, a music and execution celebration, on July 18. DJ Steve Aoki and vocalist Liam Payne have likewise been reported, and the kingdom is putting forth snappy online visas for worldwide guests.
The Saudi government as of late has endeavored endeavors to loosen up a portion of its confinements. A year ago, a 35-year restriction on cinemas was lifted, and ladies were at long last given the privilege to drive.
This year, Mariah Carey held her own show in Saudi Arabia, in spite of reaction from ladies’ rights activists. It’s everything part of a monetary redesign under Vision 2030, a push to lessen the kingdom’s dependence on oil. The kingdom is endeavoring to make monetary action at home and urge natives to spend their cash inside its fringes.