Nicki Minaj has added a new track to his surprising greatest hits collection, Queen Radio: Volume 1.
The Queen of Rap took to social media early Sunday morning (August 28) to part cover and reveal that a remix of Jamaican dancehall artist Skeng’s “Likkle Miss” has officially been added to her new 29-track release, which fell on Friday.
“Likkle Miss” was originally released by Skeng in early July, and the music video on YouTube for the track had amassed nearly 2.7 million views at press time. Minaj teased in one selfie video on Instagram earlier this month that she “wrote my verse” for “Likkle Miss.”
“Dancehall need this/ The whole place shake it/ Boom boom/ That a– clapping on his d— all night/ He in Jamaica moving bricks all white,” she raps in her new verse on the song.
Queen Radio: Volume 1 features some of Nick’s most beloved hits including “Beez in the Trap,” “Truffle Butter,” “Anaconda,” “Super Bass” and “Starships” along with newer tracks “Do We Have a Problem?” featuring Lil Baby and the Rick James sampler “Super Freaky Girl”.
She recently served her first solo No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 when “Super Freaky Girl” topped the charts, which she celebrated with an Instagram video of a bouquet of pink flowers from her Republic Records team, as well as bottles of pink champagne and footage of her son playing with pink balloons that spelled out the song’s title and “#1.”
Minaj will take the stage at Sunday’s 2022 MTV Video Music Awards receive the desired Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, where she also appears in the broadcast for the first time since 2018.
Listen to Minaj and Skeng’s “Likkle Miss” remix below.