Last month, upon the release of her controversial track “Chiraq,” Nick Minaj warned her fans that she had some tricks up her sleeve before dropping her new album Pinkprint. As promised, the leader of the “barbz” reached out to an unlikely source for her latest track.
Soulja Boy’s skills as emcee will always eternally be questioned in hip hop circles, but he’s still a competent producer with an ear for what makes for a catchy chorus. On “Yass Bish,” Nicki borrows the popular Migos flow as she raps about her haters and references Donald Sterling (I don’t f-ck with you n-ggas, I own the Clippers) and continues on her quest to shed the image as a pop act.
Nicki Minaj ft. Soulja Boy – “Yass Bish” – Warning – Strong Language
Ma$e Ft. Eric Bellinger – “Nothing”
This is the first offering from Pastor-rapper Ma$e in about 10 years.
The man who rose to fame with Bad Boy in the 90’s takes his often imitated flow and has rising singer Eric Bellinger on the hook for “Nothing.” It’s definitely a summer track in the making that’s geared towards the ladies, but is it a hit? You be the judge.
Warning – Strong Language
Usher -“Good Kisser”
“Good Kisser” is the first single from the yet to be titled 8th project from Usher, and it seems he’s finally ditching the dance EDM sound and going back to his R&B roots. Another track that will be heard at cookouts and on the beaches this summer, it’s about time Mr. Raymond returns to that feeling of albums like Confessions and 8701 which left fans wanting more .