It’s been over a decade since the Harajuku Barbie dropped her debut studio album, “Pink Friday,” which immediately solidified her as a history-making Rap star.
Clocking in at just two minutes and twenty-four seconds, the short yet appetizing track flips the Drake and Chief Keef track “All The Parties,” which appears on Drizzle’s newly released album, “For All The Dogs.”
“Pushin’ your pen or you pushin’ your luck? Tummy on tuck and my t**ties reduct, oh, look, you guys, I’m back to a D cup, oh, look, now b**ches is tryna meet up, VMAs was a family reunion, first time in a while I seen all of my sons, keep it 100, keep it in a trust, if I lose 99, I’ll still keep it a buck, I don’t hear you h**s, I make the movies, I give you b**ches cameos, here we go, he tryna make honey nut like Cheerios…”
Accompanying the surprise drop was a lengthy message to her fans, which included a series of questions about her forthcoming album, “Pink Friday 2,” scheduled to arrive November 17.