Nicki Minaj Announces “Do We Have a Problem” with Lil Baby Will Drop Next Week
Nicki Minaj finally has new music on the way after four years since her last album, Queen. Since then,the former American Idol judge has released collaborative singles with her latest, “Do We Have A Problem!?” debuting on Feb 4. She recruited rapper Lil’ Baby to join her for this go round on the music charts.
The rap queen took to Twitter to tease fans about her upcoming project. Minaj posted a picture seductively sitting across a table as Lil’ Baby stands. In the picture, Minaj is wearing a $3,095 Balmain leather dress and $1,250 Tom Ford pumps.
Fans have been eager for the queen to release new music. She is often bombarded across social media with fans asking when her next album will be released. Minaj always takes it in stride. She welcomes the outrage by teasing her Barbz fanbase with images of her living a life as a new mom.
Nicki Minaj The Queen of Rap
Minaj is ready to move forward after being dropped from a lawsuit that accused her of harassing her husband’s sexual assault victim. She is ready to take back her throne. On Twitter Minaj has teased in the past that her fifth album is completed. Fans have also noticed that Minaj is going back to her early days where lyrics came before the glitz and glamour of her career. She added fuel to the fire by releasing her 2009 mixtape, Beam Me Up Scotty, on streaming services last year.
Since releasing her debut album Pink Friday Minaj has been a force in music. The last couple of years fans watched her in feuds with other rappers such as Cardi B. Controversy continued to follow Minaj when her statements about Covid- 19 and vaccines went viral. Still, her fanbase remains strong. Minaj was recently awarded as The People’s Champ during the XXL awards.
With new music on the horizon, Minaj is ready to keep her title as the queen of billboard. She already holds the record as the only woman with over 100 entries on the billboard charts. She is also the best selling female rapper of all time with 100 million albums sold.