Nicki Minaj Drops "Barbie Tingz" and "Chun-Li"

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As part of her double release of new singles Chun Li and Barbie Tingz, Nicki Minaj also gave a no-hold-barred interview on Beats 1. "He texted me, like 'I would go on Twitter and back you up if you were my girl lol.' That hurt".

"Barbie Tingz" and "Chun-Li" are expected to appear on Nicki Minaj's long-awaited next album, the follow-up to 2014's The Pinkprint.

When it comes to the music video for "Motorsport" and why they filmed their verses separately, Minaj says they both had a scheduling conflict because they share the same hair stylist.

After calling it "one of the hardest parts of my career", she said she tried to persuade Mill to not get entangled in a beef, but "it was difficult to stay out of it".

"Barbie Tingz" features Nicki delivering a warning shot to all the women who wish they both looked like her and made hits like her.

"With "MotorSport, ' I kinda felt ambushed", Nicki says". Let us know with you think of the songs after checking them out in our comments section. Nicki seemed pretty torn up in the interview, yet on wax, she seems to be gunning for the jugular. It all stems from a song they did with Migos, "MotorSport," which was originally a collaboration with just Quavo and Nicki. At the time, Bardi claimed that the Nicki verse she heard before she recorded her own 16 for the track was different than the one that ended up on the final version. "I mean, I'm not saying it in a cocky way, but, like, yikes". "This is the best album in my life that I've ever created".

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