NICKI MINAJ RELEASES 4TH STUDIO ALBUM “QUEEN,” EXPLAINS WHY SHE WENT AFTER DRAKE, MEEK MILL, DJ KHALED
Nicki Minaj has dropped her fourth studio album “Queen” a week earlier than the scheduled
The rapper unveiled the 19-track record Queen on Apple’s Beats 1 radio where she gave a song-by-song analysis of her new work. The album features Eminem, The Weeknd, Lil Wayne, Ariana Grande, Future, Swae Lee, Labrinth and Foxy Brown.
One such track, “Barbie Dreams,” has been singled out for featuring criticism of rappers including the likes of Drake, DJ Khaled and her ex Meek Mill.
In Minaj’s analysis of the track, she described it as lighthearted fun.“You guys know “Barbie Dreams” is not a diss, right?” she said. “It’s just some funny s***, I love them. I said things about people who I know can take a joke and won’t be emotional about it.“
She added: “Reading the reactions to “Barbie Dreams” is f***ing hilarious. Everyone is saying how disrespectful [it] is, and that’s why I love it.”
Check track list below: