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New music has been released by Nicki Minaj and Lil Baby for the second straight week. Following “Do We Have a Problem?” is “Bussin,” which dropped at midnight.
Joseph Sikora and Cory Hardrict co-starred in the video for “Do We Have a Problem?”, which included movie-like visuals. In the video, Minaj appears as both an anti-hero and a law enforcer. Benny Boom directs Nicki’s latest cinematic masterpiece.
Moreover, Minaj shared posts on Instagram and Twitter announcing her new Lil Baby-assisted single, which stimulated the Twitterverse instantly.
Since her debut on the Hot 100 chart, Minaj has appeared 119 times, with 19 entries ranked in the top 10 and two at No. 1. Her 2018 album, titled Queen, charted for 57 weeks on the Billboard 200. Her seventh song on the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time made Minaj the first solo female to do that.
MTV’s Hottest MC List made her the first woman to appear on the list since its inception in 2007.
Lil Baby has eight top ten hits in addition to his 96 entries in the Hot 100. Both of his most recent albums, My Turn in 2020, and his collaboration with Lil Durk, The Voice of the Heroes in 2021, were among the top-selling albums of the year.
Hence, Nicki Minaj and Lil Baby’s recent collaborations are the music industry’s hottest new club bangers.