Nicki Minaj must have been feeling generous this past weekend.
Much to the delight (and demand) of fans, the Queens rapper shared an update announcing that she has made some of her previously released bonus tracks available on various streaming services.
Taking to Instagram, Minaj shared the good news, along with a gallery composed of screenshots highlighting which tracks she added to the likes of Spotify, Apple Music and TIDAL.
The selections of added songs include "Catch Me," "Wamables," "Mona Lisa," "Put You in a Room," and "Truffle Butter," among others. She adds that songs such as "YasssBish" and "Chiraq" also may be made available in the near future, but she's still working on it.
In addition to updating her discography on the streaming platforms, she also shares a fun fact about the track "Catch Me."
"Catch me was produced by @therealswizzz and originally intended for @diddy album at the time," Minaj writes in her excitable caption. "I wrote it for his dirty money group but fell madly in love w/it & begged him to let me keep it. It's still one of my faves to this day."
While fans are anxiously awaiting her next studio album (or at least a concrete update about it), Minaj adding more of her music to streaming services certainly helps build anticipation.
Take a look at Nicki Minaj's announcement below and be sure to pay her a visit on your favorite streaming service to check out those deluxe tracks.