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Nicki Minaj's Butt Makes Lots of Appearances in 'Anaconda' Lyric Video

August 16, 2014 (6:00 am) GMT
The raptress also announces that the highly-anticipated music video for the newest 'Pink Print' single is coming out on Wednesday, August 20.
Nicki Minaj's Butt Makes Lots of Appearances in 'Anaconda' Lyric Video

has given her latest single, "Anaconda", a lyric video treatment. Released on Vevo on Friday, August 15, the colorful clip features numerous pictures of the raptress flaunting her famous backside. The track's controversial cover art, which sees her baring her butt in a tiny pink G-string, is among images flashing alongside the lyrics.

Fans are eagerly waiting for "Anaconda" music video, which Minaj has teased with previews and a behind-the-scenes clip. The Young Money artist has announced on Twitter that the highly-anticipated visuals will finally arrive on Wednesday.

"Anaconda" is a single off Minaj's upcoming album "The Pink Print". The track debuted at No. 19 on Billboard 100 earlier this week, giving the 31-year-old entertainer her 51th Hot 100 song. Surpassing who has 50 songs to have entered the chart, Minaj is now tied with .

Later this month, Minaj will perform her new song on MTV Video Music Awards. Joining fellow A-listers including , and , she'll take the stage at the Forum in Inglewood, California, on August 24.

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