The upcoming track follows her Billboard Hot 100-topper Super Freaky Girl. There’s more new music on the way for Nicki Minaj.
Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper Super Freaky Girl
On the heels of her Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “Super Freaky Girl.” The Queen of Rap made the announcement via social media on Sunday, September 11. That she is teaming up with singer-rapper Blue for the upcoming single “Love in the”. Way,” due Sept. 16.
Bleu Whose 2020 R&B EP, Love Scares
Bleu – Whose 2020 R&B EP, Love Scars: The 5 Stages of Emotions, debuted at number 9 on Top R&B Albums. shared the same cover art on Instagram. “Hit only! Check it out,” she captioned the post, adding a flexing arm emoji. #LoveInTheWay F R I D A Y @bleuvandross,” Minaj wrote on Instagram, of the couple standing next to each other, alongside a fierce-looking photo.
Love in the Way Minaj’s Rick James-Sampling Tracks
“Love in the Way” follows Minaj’s Rick James-sampling track “Super Freaky Girl”. which topped the Hot 100 at the end of August. Which earned the hip-hop star his first single a No. 1 hit. She previously topped the Hot 100 with her appearance on “Trollz” alongside 6ix9ine and on Doja Cat’s remix of “Say So”.
Super freaky girl queen mix
In recent days, Minaj also dropped the “Super Freaky Girl Queen Mix”. Which is a collaboration-fueled new cut with a long lineup including JT and BIA. Including Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, and Malibu Mitch. The remix comes less than a month after its initial drop as the lead song of the rapper’s first greatest hits compilation, Queen Radio: Volume 1.
We Go Up with Fivio Foreign in March
“Super Freaky Girl” is Minaj’s first release since “We Go Up” with Fivio Foreign in March. Previously, she starred in “Blick Blick” with Koi LeRae, “Busin'” with Lil Baby, and “Do We Have a Problem? With Lil Baby Again—from this year on.” Below is Minaj’s “Love in the Way” on the Instagram View announcement.
The rapper receives the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards
Last month, “Do we have a problem? The rapper was honored as the recipient of this year’s Video Vanguard Award at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards. Before accepting the award, he attended the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ. lit up the stage with a mix of his biggest hits, including Kanye West’s “Monster” as well as “Super Bass,” “Anaconda,” “Bees in the Trap,” “Roman Revenge,” “Chun-Li” and ” Moment 4 Life.