Nicki Minaj leaves no survivors after delivering her best verse yet on Gucci Mane’s new single “Make Love.”
The Trinidadian bombshell has been a trending topic on social media since the single dropped on Thursday night. The Young Money rapper is getting praised from all quarters of hip hop with some fans calling it Monster 2.0 in memory of her killer verse on Kanye West “Monster” featuring herself and Jay Z. A lot of rap fans thinks that she bodied that track and even delivered a better verse than Ye and Hov.
“I rep Queens where they listen to a bunch of Nas / I’m a yes and these bi**hes is a bunch of nahs / Tryin’ to win a gunfight with a bunch of knives / I win, get off the bench and give a bunch of fives / I don’t see her / B**ch I’m the greatest, no Kendrick and no Sia,” Nicki raps.
Nicki Minaj has been acting like her old self since her breakup with Meek Mill in December. After taking a hiatus from the public eye, she got down in the studio and also fixed a few broken relationships with Drake and Gucci Mane. But that wasn’t the only that she has been doing. Her pen game is off the charts so whatever she has been doing these days she needs to continue doing it.
Last night Dawn Richards send her a message on Twitter that she seems to agree with. “@NICKIMINAJ so you just said f*** it I’m not leavin any survivors,” Dawn wrote, while Nicki responded “Lol. Yes ma’am.”
“Make Love” will appear on Gucci Mane’s upcoming album DropTopWop, due later this year. The LP will be the Atlanta rapper’s first project this year, after releasing three projects last year. The pair shoots a music video for the single which is due for release next week. Gucci Mane called the single the song of the year.
Nicki Minaj is currently working on her new album also due this year. On Friday she made a guest appearance on Jason Derulo‘s new single “Swalla” with Ty Dolla $ign. She has also been working on new music with her Young Money boss Lil Wayne.
Lol. Yes ma'am ? https://t.co/oaRaGlghyO
— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) February 24, 2017
I'm dropping the hardest song of the year at midnight #DroptopWop
— Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) February 24, 2017