Nicki Minaj is displaying off her freaky facet in her newest single, “Tremendous Freaky Lady,” launched on Friday (Aug. 12).
The tune, which fittingly encompasses a pattern from Rick James’ 1981 hit “Tremendous Freak,” arrived amid its rising reputation on TikTok and accompanying dance problem created by person @lorddroman.
“I can lick it, I can trip it when you slippin’ and slidin’ / I can do all ’em little methods, and hold the d— up inside it / You may smack it, you’ll be able to grip it, you’ll be able to go down and kiss it / And each time he go away me ‘lone, he all the time inform me he miss it,” Minaj raps within the raunchy opening verse, over the instantly-recognizable riff from the throwback pattern.
“Tremendous Freaky Lady” marks the rapper’s first launch since March’s “We Go Up” with Fivio Overseas. Earlier than that got here “Blick Blick” with Coi Leray, “Bussin” with Lil Child and “Do We Have A Drawback?” with Lil Child once more — all launched this 12 months.
Minaj is about to obtain the the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award on the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, airing stay from Prudential Heart in Newark, N.J., and he or she’s additionally scheduled to carry out on the present for the primary time since 2018. Minaj is the fourth rapper to obtain the consideration, following LL Cool J (1997), Kanye West (2015) and Missy Elliott (2019). Beastie Boys, which began out as a rap trio earlier than veering into different, have been honored in 1998. Minaj can also be a VMA nominee this 12 months for greatest hip-hop for “Do We Have a Drawback” that includes Lil Child.
Take heed to “Tremendous Freaky Lady” beneath.
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