Nicki Minaj announces album title and release date
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Nicki Minaj has confirmed her new album’s title and release date.

Speaking on the red carpet at last night’s Met Gala in New York, the rapper revealed that her fourth studio album would be called ‘Queen’ and will be released on June 15.

See Minaj reveal the news in the clip below.

‘Queen’ drops 6/15

— Complex (@Complex) May 8, 2018

The Met Gala also saw Minaj pictured in a conversation with Cardi B, who she was previously believed to have been involved in a feud with. The pair also posed for a photo.

Nicki and Cardi B are really beautiful. I like to see you like that. Now a collaboration! I love you both! #METGALA18 @iamcardib @NICKIMINAJ

— steve ????????‍♂️ (@Steve26211325) May 8, 2018

Yoooooo y’all just don’t understand how this one picture just made me feel ???????????????? #MetGala #Nicki&Cardi ???? @NICKIMINAJ & @iamcardib I wasn’t ready for this ! But I’m here for it ! #NickiMinaj & #Cardib

— RELL????????‍♀️???? (@PrincessRell_) May 8, 2018

Last week saw Minaj share two new videos for latest singles ‘Chun-Li’ and ‘Barbie Tingz’.

Minaj hasn’t released an album since 2014’s ‘The Pinkprint’. However, last year she put out a number of tracks, including collaborations with Drake and Lil Wayne (‘No Frauds’), and Migos and Cardi B (‘MotorSport’).

The star recently addressed rumours that she was taking aim at Cardi B on a leaked snippet of a new song, in which she rapped: “I ain’t never had to strip to get the pole position.” Speaking to Beats 1’s Zane Lowe, she said: “I wrote that song in Paris a year and a half ago. It was meant to be for Drake’s new album, so that’s how old that is.”

Cardi B recently denied ever having beef with Minaj, saying that fans on the internet made the whole thing up.

08/05/2018 22:32:58
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