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Nicki Minaj Shares Previews of 'Pills N Potions' Video

May 26, 2014 (5:00 am) GMT
The raptress is seen going topless with her hair covering her breasts in one of the previews which arrive via Instagram.
Nicki Minaj Shares Previews of 'Pills N Potions' Video

lets fans take a peek into the upcoming video of her newest single, "Pills N Potions". Over the weekend, the 31-year-old raptress shared three short teaser clips on her Instagram.

All of the videos feature Minaj sitting alone in a dark-lit room while a snippet of the song is being played in the background. In one of those previews, the former "" judge appears topless with her hair covering her breasts.

There's still no info when the full video will finally arrive. The visuals was reportedly directed by Diane Martel, the same person behind 's "Blurred Lines" and ' "We Can't Stop" clips which sparked controversies last year.

Produced by Dr. Luke and penned by Ester Dean, "Pills N Potions" was released a few days ago as the first single off Minaj's new album "The Pink Print" which is scheduled to hit the stores later this year.

"It sounds like urgency," Minaj told Billboard of the song in a recent interview. "It sounds like betrayal. It sounds like running. It sounds like fainting. It sounds like love. It sounds like - *gasp!*"







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