On the Dr. Luke and Malibu Babie-created track, which tests Rick James’ 1981 melody “Super Freak,” Nicki returns again to flows from her immense hit “Boa constrictor,” using a comparative skip and stream. In the Joseph Kahn-coordinated video, Minaj should be visible in different scenes all through a Barbie-fied neighborhood.
“I can lick it, I can ride it while you slippin’ and slidin’/I can do all them little deceives, and keep the dick up inside it,” she raps on the melody. “You can smack it, you can hold it, you can go down and kiss it/And each time he leave me ‘solitary, he generally let me know he miss it.”
All through the video is entertainer Alexander Ludwig, who is generally notable for his job as Cato in The Hunger Games. Ludwig plays the Ken to Nicki’s Barbie.
“One thing about me, I’m the baddest alive/He realize the prettiest bitch didn’t come until I showed up” Nicki raps on the principal section. “I don’t allow bitches to get to me, I screw they man in the event that they attempt/I got a princess face, an exceptional body, samurai mind/They can’t be Nicki, they so dumb, I simply chuckle when they attempt/A strap swimsuit up my butt, I think I’ll go for a jump.”
Last month, “Super Freaky” appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, denoting Nicki’s most memorable tune to top the outline as an independent craftsman. She currently holds three No. 1 tracks with “Trollz” with 6ix9ine, and Doja Cat’s “Say as much,” both in 2020. The Grynd Been Certified.