I'm struggling here. I know exactly the feeling you've described here. Your piece reaches me and your writing resonates with me, and yet -- no. I'm not going to attempt to force my own personal hierarchy of prose preference on someone else, but I will tell you a story.
For several years I struggled. I had a blog, yet I refused to call myself a blogger. I had plenty of ideas (some of which still exist only as such) that I could've written and posted, could've dashed off just as this. But in my mind, they were just raw impressions -- ideas not yet whole enough to be a piece of writing. I'd say derisively "that's too bloggy-blog," and sit on it until I had a more universal application, something bigger I could say beyond my own thoughts and experiences. I wouldn't write something until I was convinced I'd connected an observation or experience to a feeling beyond my own thoughts in my own mind. I didn't want a blog. I didn't want a few people hanging on every thought I happened to share about the random shit I did throughout the day. I wanted to communicate something broader than that. Blogs have their place, and their place is, well, on the internet, on a blog. A writer should aim further, and for this reason, I don't waste too much of my time on writing things that were bloggy-blog.
This piece is bloggy-blog.
What you're looking for here, if you intend this to be a piece of Writing, is a personal essay -- but this doesn't quite hit those notes. You have a keen grasp of grammar, syntax, punctuation, all that -- you're a technically proficient writer. What this lacks is the ability to connect with anyone who hasn't thought the same as you, of which, following the substance of your piece, there are very few. What it does, instead, is alienate millions of Nicki Minaj fans. I'm being flippant, but you have to find some way to connect this micro-observation to the larger whole of human existence if you expect people to think beyond this tiny box. If you wish to encourage others to seek out new music (and it seems clear you do), you have to find some way to connect that to something else that they do as a matter of course.
I can't do that for you.
This is a wonderful observation, a great seed of something you could develop into potentially ground-breaking understanding about the workings of society and humanity. Keep it; let it grow into something before you share it. Especially don't give it to me -- personal essays are my specialty.