Rap’s undisputed queen gifted fans with the remix to “Super Freaky Girl” featuring her notorious alter-ego Roman.
After teaming up with Fivio Foreign and Lil Baby earlier this year, Nicki Minaj unleashed her inner freak on her sensual new single, “Super Freaky Girl.”
Shortly after performing alongside Drake and Lil Wayne at the legendary Young Money Reunion show in Toronto, Minaj’s latest effort predominately features a sample from Rick James’ 1981 classic “Super Freak” and is produced by Dr. Luke.
Re-blessing Barbz nation by sharing the “Super Freaky Girl” (Roman Remix)” on Friday (Aug. 19), the remix adds a third verse from Nicki rapping as her famous alter ego “Roman.” Shouting out both Drake and Lil Wayne on the track, Nicki’s wordplay is as enticing as ever — tearing off raunchy and seductive bars over the well-known throwback sample. Similarly, “Super Freaky Girl” gives off that confident, classic attitude found on Nicki’s 2014 hit “Anaconda.”
And that’s word to Dricki, bitch, it could get sticky
And that’s word to Dwayne Mi–, Michael Carter (Uh)
I’ma finish these dumb bitches, Michael Myers (Woo)
Don’t nobody wanna hear that weak shit, ho
In the game, fifteen, ain’t peak yet, ho
Tell that goofy get a chair, she was cocky, I could swear
Til my old tape sold more than your album, drop a tear“Super Freaky Girl” (Roman Remix) – Nicki Minaj
While the track initially gained popularity on TikTok, “Super Freaky Girl” is the ultimate hot girl anthem — holding the biggest debut for a female solo act in Spotify history. Proving to be an instant cornerstone of her discography, “Super Freaky Girl” roped in over 3 Million total streams in just 24 hours of its release, debuting at No. 1 on the digital song sales chart (89,000 units).
Similarly, Nicki earned a No. 1 debut on the Billboard Hot 100 — becoming the second female rapper ever to debut a solo song at No. 1, joining Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing).” She also is now first female rapper to debut multiple songs at No. 1
Ahead of her being honored at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, where she will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, she is also slated to grace the VMA stage this Friday (Aug. 28) in hopes that she will perform some of her recent hits.
Ultimately, the 39-year-old mother of one is still killing the game over a decade into her career, as “Super Freaky Girl” is a reminder to all why she is known as the Queen of Rap.
Listen to “Super Freaky Girl” below!