AceShowbiz - Nicki Minaj has finally unleashed her highly-anticipated single "Super Freaky Girl". The "Anaconda" hitmaker released the racy track on Friday, August 12, nearly a week after she treated fans to its cover art.
In the chorus, the 39-year-old raptress spits about her sexual encounter, "I can lick it, I can ride it while you slippin' and slidin'/ I can do all them little tricks and keep the dick up inside it." She continues, "You can smack it, you can grip it, you can go down and kiss it."
Nicki dropped the song after she unleashed the track's cover art. In the snap, the female rapper could be seen flashing her legs in a pink bodysuit and matching high heels. She also sported a pink wig in the image.
"8/12. PreSave #SuperFreakyGirl now. Link in BIO. Thank you for your over 200K votes but we could not legally use the name freak or freaky girl. You're stuck with this," the raptress wrote in the caption. "Love you. Don't forget #QueenRadio will be the night b4- on 8/11. So follow me on live.onamp.com/nickiminaj.
Nicki first teased the song in July by introducing a new alter ego called Nick James. "#NickJames is coming to do what the girls SHOULD'VE done. #NickJames is coming to show the girls why they should've just sat there & ate their foods. #NickJames is coming to show the boys how to REALLY gag the girls. Pauz #NickJames is coming to restore hope in mankind," she tweeted at that time.
The Trinidadian artist also unleashed a racy teaser video for the track, which was originally named "Freaky Girl". Based on the clip, it looks like the tune will bring Nicki's wild side back since she admitted in February that she felt uncomfortable dropping music while pregnant with her son.
"My label wanted me to go full out with a single and everything when I was pregnant, and I couldn't bring myself to put out a song about p***y and d**ks and sucking and eating," she explained on "The Dana Cortez Show". The mom of one added, "I couldn't bring myself to put a record out like that while my son was growing in my body! … Nothing wrong with anybody who's able to do it, but with me, I just felt in a very different, new space."