Nicki Minaj Drops Two New Diss Tracks

Nicki Minaj Drops Two New Diss Tracks

Moral of the story: don't come for Nicki Minaj.

Moral of the story: don't come for Nicki Minaj.

Text: Jacob Seferian

It’s a widely known fact that Nicki Minaj possesses an uncanny ability to dominate any song she features on, and her latest two guest spots are no exception.

First came the Jason Derulo and Ty Dolla $ign single “Swalla”—a dancehall-inspired ode to a night out which has Minaj reminding the world she’s a “fashion queen.” The infectious beat is posed to be a club favorite this spring, listen below:

The only downside is that her verse is criminally short, but thankfully fans only had a wait a few more hours for more Nicki.

Following a tweet where Gucci Mane promised the world he was “dropping the hottest song of the year,” our hearts and ears were gifted with “Make Love,” and Minaj's feature is arguably the hardest verse we’ve heard from the Queens native since “Only.”

Gucci Mane opens the first half the track serviceably, boasting of his “two mil a day” success, but ultimately the rapper serves as a warm up for Minaj. What follows is an epic two-minute takedown—the target of which is not entirely clear—but whoever it is, we suspect they’re cowering in a fetal position somewhere because this sets a new standard of harsh.

“I’m the iPhone / you the Nokia,” is probably the nicest thing Minaj has to say about this mysterious "you," which many speculate is rapper Remy Ma, who reportedly dissed Minaj on a Phresher track. If this is the case, Minaj doesn’t seem to feel very threatened, (she literally laughs for two bars straight), telling her career is as dead as Anna Nicole Smith, and suggests she focus on paying her rent and “staying in her bum ass place.”

We simultaneously in awe and terrified. Check out the diss track below: 


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