Nicki Minaj goes after Meek Mill, Lil Uzi Vert on 'Queen'
Still, the name of the Trinidanian American rapper’s fourth album more than serves its purpose. It asserts her claim as an emperor of hip-hop who rules not just over fellow female MCs — like Cardi B, whom Minaj can’t resist dissing with the line “I ain’t ever had to strip to get to pole position” — but over male rappers, as well. The deliciously witty attention-getting track on that topic is “Barbie Dreams,” in which a long list of former or wouldbe lovers, including 50 Cent, Drake, Philly upstart Lil Uzi Vert, and Minaj’s ex Meek Mill are all informed that they won’t be getting busy with her anytime soon. (DJ Khaled is also mocked for declaring he won’t perform oral sex on his own wife, but Eminem, who drops a blazing verse on “Majesty” is spared the Queen’s wrath.)
Published at Thu, 16 Aug 2018 22:30:22 +0000