Nicki Minaj is back and she's making Fridays a little more pink while "Seeing Green."
After blowing up the internet with a tease Monday, the singer on Friday rereleased her 2009 mixtape "Beam Me Up Scotty" on streaming services and added three new tracks to the original project. Before dropping the new music, the "Itty Bitty Piggy" rapper went on Instagram live to celebrate.
"I knew if I just rereleased the mixtape without putting anything new, I knew y'all would cuss me the (expletive) out," Minaj said.
The mixtape's new adds include "Fractions," a "Crocodile Teeth" remix with Skillibeng and a return to the Young Money team "Seeing Green" which features Lil Wayne and Drake.
"Fractions" brings back Minaj's "bad guy" rapping after what she described as having "writer's block" on Instagram. She spends the duration of song spitting bars without any interruptions of a chorus: "I'm 'bout to give them that traction, send a distraction / Then I'ma line 'em like fractions / Took a brеak, I let 'em live, look it all 'еm eatin' / But these (expletive) gon' be mad once I call this meetin' "