The new song follows Minaj’s recent Billboard Hot 100 hits “Super Freaky Girl” and “Red Ruby Da Sleeze,” with the former scoring a Video of the Year nomination at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards. In March, Minaj appeared to confirm that both tracks will be included on Pink Friday 2, which is currently set for a November release.
In total, Nicki Minaj is up for five potential awards at next month’s VMAs: Video of the Year, Artist of the Year, Best Hip-Hop, Best R&B, and Best Visual Effects. The latter category is a particular genre-spanning one this year with “Super Freaky Girl” (featuring visual effects by Max Colt and Sergio Mashevskyi) nominated alongside visuals from Fall Out Boy, Harry Styles, Melanie Martinez, Sam Smith with Kim Petras, and Taylor Swift.
The original Pink Friday, with a lasting legacy detailed by Complex in this 2020 retrospective, arrived back in November 2010 and has since been certified triple platinum by the RIAA.