New in Music: “Attack” by Nicki Minaj

Chyna Inez Davis, Staff Writer

Nicki Minaj fans have anxiously awaited her response to recent “beef” with Remy Ma.

On March 9, two weeks following Ma’s seven-minute diss track, “ShETHER,” Minaj announced three releases. “No Frauds” was among the first. She partnered with Drake and Lil Wayne of Young Money/Cash Money Records.

Even though Ma’s track released more personal information on Minaj, “No Frauds” contained severe verses.

“You can’t be Pablo if your work ain’t sellin’/ What the f*** is this b**** inhalin’?/ I woulda helped you out that pit you fell in/ I am the generous queen! Ask Ms. Ellen.”

“What type of bum b**** shoot a friend over a rack?/ What type of mother leave her one son over a stack?”

In addition to “No Frauds,” her other releases, “Change It” and “Regret in Your Tears” have reached the top 100 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop charts.