Ella Mai releases another remix of 'Boo’d Up' featuring Nicki Minaj and Quavo

This is the second remix of Ella Mai's hit song 'Boo'd Up.' The first time around, she brought on Plies to produce a new version of the track.

                            Ella Mai releases another remix of 'Boo’d Up' featuring Nicki Minaj and Quavo
Singer Ella Mai (Source: Getty Images)

British singer and songwriter Ella Mai is back with another remix of her popular track 'Boo’d Up.” Just a couple of hours ago, Nicki Minaj took to Instagram to get her fans excited about the new track. She captioned the cover art for the song “The new remix features big names: Nicki Minaj and Quavo. A I heard this comes out in like 2 hours. Don’t hold me to it tho. #[email protected] @quavohuncho @mustard.”

The track is available on both YouTube and Apple Music. This is also not the first time the track has been remixed with new artists. Back in May, Florida-born rapper Plies also made a remix of the same.

Rapper Nicki Minaj has had a really good couple of months. Her singles ‘Chun-Li,’ ‘Bed’ featuring Ariana Grande, and ‘Barbie Tingz’ have been extremely well received by her fans. According to Billboard, 'Chun-Li' made it into the top 10 of the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, marking Nicki Minaj the woman with the most top 10 hits on the chart, more than Beyonce and Mary J Blige.

Her fourth album ‘Queen’ is set to release on August 10, barring any other delays of course. Initially, the album was set to release on June 15. Nicki Minaj spoke to Beats 1 as quoted by Rolling Stone about what to expect from her new album. She said, “I wanted to make sure I was writing something that was meaningful to me and that would inspire and that would captivate my audience. But most importantly, I wanted to have fun again.”

Her previous album ‘Pinkprint’ came out all the way back in 2014. She may have taken four years to release ‘Queen,’ but she sure seems to think it’s her best work yet. She expressed her pride on Twitter, where she shared the cover art for her upcoming album. In the caption, she mentioned that ‘Queen’ is “best work yet.” She really does look like a queen in the cover art, in which she seems to be embodying the spirit of the Egyptian queen Cleopatra. She is wearing a rhinestone-covered loincloth and headpiece and only a set of ornate pasties cover her chest.

The rapper has another release to look forward to now. She is collaborating with Ariana Grande for an upbeat track called 'The Light is Coming' for Grande's album Sweetener. The album is set to come on August 17 this year.