Nicki Minaj flaunts rap crown on new song "No Flag" featuring Offset and 21 Savage

  /  08.25.2017

Nicki Minaj flexes her power card on London on the Da Track’s debut single “No Flag,” which also features Offset and 21 Savage. The new track is set to be the first single off the star producer’s upcoming compilation album, titled Who Would’ve Known.

As is usually the case, Nicki Minaj’s guest verse set the internet on fire last night (August 24), thanks to lines like “Lil b-tch I heard these labels tryna make another me / Everything you getting, lil hoe, is ’cause of me” and “See me in the gym, now these bitches wanna go bench press / I ain’t fucking with you sis, we ain’t with the incest.” Despite no direct or indirect reference, the verse sent many speculating about whether the rapstress was aiming at a certain someone. However, nipping the rumors in the bud, Nicki set the record straight shortly after the single went live, insisting to one Twitter user that her verse was no shot at all.

Still, the reaction behind the “No Frauds” rapper’s verse is a testament to the anticipation behind her upcoming untitled album. With every guest appearance, the self-professed rap queen gets the streets talking and, in the words of Cam’Ron, “computers putin’.”

Listen to London On Da Track’s “No Flag” single below.


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