Nicki Minaj has revealed the title and cover art for her upcoming single that draws inspiration from Rick James.
Nicki gave her Barbz the alternatives of “Nick James,” “He Want a Freaky Girl,” and “Super Freaky Girl” when she stumbled into what appeared to be copyright concerns with the song’s original moniker, “Freaky Girl.” Fans made the latter choice.
Nicki Minaj posted on Instagram, “PreSave #SuperFreakyGirl now.” “We appreciate the almost 200k votes, however we are unable to use the names freak or freaky girl due to legal restrictions. You have to deal with this. I adore you.”
Nicki Minaj’s New Song’s Cover Art
On August 11, the new song will make its Apple Music Queen Radio debut, and on August 12, it will be available on digital music platforms.
At the end of July, Nicki Minaj teased the release of a new song under the alias Nick James.
It appears from the thirst trap teaser video for the new single that “Super Freaky Girl” might be the follow-up to “Anaconda,” which would mark a comeback for Nicki after she claimed in an interview with The Dana Cortez Show in February that she didn’t feel right releasing coarse music while carrying her son.
In addition, Nicki Minaj is getting ready to premiere her brand-new documentary, Nicki.
She unveiled a teaser last month that was composed of old rap videos from her early days to her current status as a global celebrity. Six parts will make up the documentary, each of which will concentrate on a distinct period in the rapper’s career.
Meanwhile, it seems like not everyone is familiar with Nicki. The Young Money hitmaker shared a video on TikTok on Wednesday, August 3, in which she described a recent interaction with a person who mistook her for Trina. She was on her way to the store after a meeting when the incident happened.