Is Nicki Minaj dropping music? Fans say 'new era is upon us' as rapper teases them with '#NickiFreakyGirl'

Nicki Minaj trended on top with the hashtag #NickiFreakyGirl within minutes of her post with a short video clip on Instagram


                            Is Nicki Minaj dropping music? Fans say 'new era is upon us' as rapper teases them with '#NickiFreakyGirl'
Nicki Minaj broke the Internet after she teased new music on Instagram (Photo by [email protected])
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Nicki Minaj has been all about collaborations this year with tracks like ‘Do We Have a Problem?’ and ‘Bussin’ with Lil Baby, ‘We Go Up’ with Fivio Foreign, and ‘Blick Blick’ with Coi Leray. However, the Queen of rap might finally drop a hot solo banger in the form of ‘Freaky Girl’ after she teased the same on Instagram on Tuesday, July 12.
 
The ‘Anaconda’ hitmaker trended on top with the hashtag #NickiFreakyGirl within minutes of her teasing new music with a short video clip on Instagram. Her loyal fan following known as Barbz lost their calm as they stormed Twitter to ask Nicki to release the full version of the song at the earliest.  For the unversed, a song called ‘Freaky Gurl’ was released in 2011 that featured Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim, and Gucci Mane on the verses.
 
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Nicki Minaj breaks the Internet with new music preview

Nicki Minaj, who recently performed a thrilling set at Wireless Festival, teased new music swiftly sending her loyal fan army into a tizzy. She captioned the video as, “He want a F R EEEEEE A K #FreakyGirl” along with an emoticon of a tongue. In the short clip, the 39-year-old rapper can be seen posing seductively while twerking and showing her middle finger to the camera.
 
While Nicki refrains from rapping in the short clip, she teases the song in the background as we get to hear a sample of Rick James’ popular number ‘Super Freak’. Nicki Minaj previewing new music came hours after she asked her fans if they wanted a surprise. “Y’all want a surprise? Tweet #NickiFreakyGirl”, posted the award-winning emcee. Speaking of her upcoming single, Nicki Minaj has not shared the official title or the official release date of the song. We are also still not aware whether the track will feature a collaboration or not. MEAWW will keep you posted. 

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‘It always takes Nicki to come shake the table’

The fan army of Nicki Minaj thronged on Twitter as soon as Nicki teased new music. “Drop a music video for it then another one on an OnlyFans”, said an excited fan as another chimed in, “Oh we getting feeeeeeeeeeeeeDDDDDDD this year.” One user asserted, “Freaky Girl is already #1 in my house and my car. I can’t stop playing the snippet! Help!!!!” Ans, another mentioned, “#NickiFreakyGirl took over #1 trending in 6 minutes, music announcement is literally breaking the internet, Rick James sample, it always takes Nicki to come shake the table. The new era is upon us.”
 
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The next one tweeted, “Nicki gonna have everyone at Rolling Loud throwing they a** in circles and s**t oh em GEE!” Meanwhile, an individual posted claimed, “Freaky Girl is already a summer anthem.” One user said, “What separates Nicki from everyone is that she’s a music + hip hop historian. The way Rick James was extremely influential to hip hop… this is no surprise. ONLY SHE COULD DO IT.” And, one concluded, “Mother knows how to skate on a classic sample!”  

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