Steven Klein handled directing duties for "Chun-Li," while Giovanni Bianco steered the "Barbie Tingz" production.
Catch "Chun-Li" up top and "Barbie Tingz" below.
Speaking with Beats 1's Zane Lowe last month ahead of the back-to-back premiere of the new singles, Minaj teased her upcoming new album as her strongest work to date. "This is the best album I've ever in my life created," she said. "I needed to focus and I just didn't know, you know, I wanted to make sure I was writing something that was meaningful to me and that would inspire and captivate my audience. But most importantly, I wanted to have fun again. I didn't want to see anything."
Sessions for the new documentary-accompanied album, Minaj added, didn't formally begin until last December. However, writing has been ongoing for more than a year. "Some songs were written a year and a half ago," she said. "That's important to know."
Since dropping the pair of new tracks, we've also been gifted with multiple Minaj guest features. She brings Post Malone's Beerbongs & Bentleys cut "Ball for Me" to the next level and is the perfect match for Young Thug's melodic prowess on "Anybody."
Anyway, happy #NickiDay2.