If there’s one thing we can count on Nicki Minaj for, it’s great music! The rapper is still promoting her latest album The Pinkprint and although it has a more hip-hop focus than her previous album, the rapper has dropped the pop and dancehall-inspired Trini Dem Girls as the album’s seventh single. The track features vocals from newcomer Lunchmoney Lewis and it’s been stuck in our heads ever since she performed it at the VMAs this year.
The song sees the rapper sing about her home country of Trinidad and Tobago and kicks off with an incredibly catchy chorus from Lunchmoney Lewis. The track has a fantastic production which really brings out the island flavour Nicki was trying to portray in the song. The track is incredibly fun and once again proves how versatile Nicki is as an artist.
The lyrics aren’t the strongest we’ve heard from the rapper but sometimes you need to silly it up to have fun. This is one of our favourite tracks off The Pinkprint and we can’t wait to hear this all over our radio and at clubs around the country! Oh, and Nicki gives South Africa a shout out on the track – so you know we’re going to show it love!
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