With Nicki Minaj’s Queen album finally out in the world, her fans have been busy dissecting its contents. Evidently, she’s not quite done infiltrating her kingdom with new music. On Saturday (August 11), Hot 97 radio host Funkmaster Flex debuted Black Barbie’s “Sorry” featuring Nas.

Produced by Ill Wayno, the track finds Minaj singing the chorus and spitting lines like, “I love how we kept it on the low, mad discrete (I’m in a rush)/Pass me the keys to my jeep (truck)/I hit ’em with it, I’mma kill ’em with that wine wine/Ain’t losin’ watches, but with me, he always find time.”

Considering the two Queens natives dated at some point, it’s possible Minaj is referencing her relationship with the Hip Hop legend. The couple reportedly began dating last May but broke up at the start of the year due to geographical reasons.


“Sorry” appears to be the same song Minaj needed a sample clearance for earlier this month. In a since-deleted tweet, she asked “Fast Car” singer Tracy Chapman to get in touch with her. She also promised her fans it featured “1 of the greatest rappers of all time.”

In addition to “Sorry,” Minaj is expected to release another joint featuring Future.

Until then, listen to the Nas-assisted joint above. 

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