Nicki Minaj’s newest record, “Red Ruby Da Sleeze,” dropped today. The production for this record takes admiration from Lumidee’s smash hit, “Never Leave You (Uh Oooh, Uh Oooh).”
Nicki’s first single of the year is about annihilating the opposing forces who want all the smoke. Some sources even allege that the Trinidadian-born MC is throwing shade at some of her foes in the hip-hop game.
As the versatile femcee crosses between singing and rapping, she reaffirms why none of her peers are in the same lyrical (and tax) bracket. Nicki Minaj’s confidence in her pen game especially shined through and through when she wrote via Instagram, “Ghostwriters all around the world are scrambling. Just watch.”
Similarly, Minaj calls the bluff of her mini-me’s. The context also brings attention to the hip-hop queen’s well-crafted one liners and double entendres. Nicki even references one of her records from 2018 when she spits, “Chinese on my sleeve, these wannabe Chun-Lis.”
Like her previous records, “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” shows Nicki Minaj cheffing up a line of savory bars. Or, as the Queen of Rap puts it, “cookin’ in the kitchen like a pot roast.”