Minaj backed out of performing in the country, after the murder of Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. She also spoke out about the treatment of women in the Middle Eastern country.
The Human Rights Foundation have criticized artists for performing in Saudi Arabia, where gender segregation between single men and women is enforced in many restaurants, coffee shops, public schools and universities.
Janet Jackson took the stage as the cheering crowd danced to the loud music at Jeddah World Fest, hosted in the Red Sea city of western Saudi Arabia.
The pop star, 53, look outstanding in all black dancing on stage while singing her biggest hits.
Chris Brown, 30, controlled the crowd wearing a pair of ripped jeans and a camo t-shirt.
50 Cent has been documenting his trip over seas for the past couple days even at one point telling his social followers that he wanted to move to the middle eastern country.
Rap star Futre was also in attendance sporting his trademark blonde braids and blinged out necklace.
Tyga did what Tyga does, brought a ton of girls on stage.
The "Taste" rapper showed up in an all yellow ensemble and danced with the ladies as he performed his latest hits.
Tyga posted a video to his IG writing, "Thanks for the Love SAUDI."