Nicki Minaj's new video for "Good Form," her remixed Queen collab with Lil Wayne, is out now.
For the Mike Will Made-It and Pluss-produced track's video, Nicki and Weezy have enlisted director Colin Tilley. Tilley, of course, has quite the resume including previous video interpretations for Halsey, Future, Schoolboy Q, and more. Anyway, stop reading my silly explanation of something you could just as easily watch by, you know, actually just watching it above.
"I freestyled the entire 'Good Form,'" Minaj told Zane Lowe of the track's origin earlier this year. "First time, one take. My reference track. Every cadence, every flow, was all my mumbles. But I went back and wrote raps to my mumble flow. My fans heard a little snippet of that in my Benz commercial."
Weezy was among those with high praise for Queen. During the album's storied rollout, he shared a video with his fans in which he congratulated Minaj on the followup to her 2014 album The Pinkprint. "I'm not gonna go out there on a limb and say it's her best album, because I can still listen to songs [from] when she was about...when she was a teenager, and I still hear vocals and lyrics from there that are, to me, the best thing she's ever said in her life," he said back in August. "So, I'm specific like that, but to date, it's one of the best albums yet—and I don't mean out of her catalog. I mean period."