New York Fashion Week is well underway with a few more days of non-stop parties and presentations to go. On Saturday night, Nicki Minaj took to the stage for Philipp Plein’s offiicial after party at the Hammerstein Ballroom, performing “Rake It Up” with Yo Gotti for the first time ever.

Nicki also brought out Rae Sremmurd to perform her freestyle remix of “Black Beatles.” But the special guests didn’t stop there. 21 Savage made an appearance to perform their London On Da Track-produced collaboration "No Flag."

Before Nicki graced the stage with her presence, she cheered on Teyana Taylor as the singer and actress vogued on the Philipp Plein runway, while Future performed his hit song “Mask Off.” The theme for Plein's Spring 2018 ready-to-wear line is “Good Gone Bad."

Revisit Future's "You Da Baddest" featuring Nicki Minaj below.

In other music news, listen to The Weeknd's cover of R. Kelly's "Down Low" right here.

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