Nicki gave her Barbz the choice of "Nick James," "He Wants a Freaky Girl," or "Super Freaky Girl" when she ran into what appeared to be legal issues and asked her fans to help rename the song.
Fans made the latter choice.
Nicki Minaj posted on Instagram, "PreSave #SuperFreakyGirl now." "We appreciate your over 200k votes, but we are unable to use the names freak or freaky girl due to legal restrictions. You’re stuck with this. I Love You.”
On August 11, the new song will make its Apple Music Queen Radio debut, and on August 12, it will be available on digital music platforms.
By hinting at a new alter ego named Nick James, Nicki Minaj first revealed the track at the end of July.
"# NickJames is coming to do what the girls SHOULD'VE done," she tweeted at the time. "#NickJames is coming to explain to the girls why they ought to have remained seated and consumed their meals. The boys will learn how to REALLY gag the girls from #NickJames when he arrives. Pauz #NickJames is coming to restore hope in mankind. ”
Judging from the thirst trap teaser video for the new single, it’s looking like “Super Freaky Girl” could potentially be the next “Anaconda,” which will be a return to form for Nicki after having said in a February interview with The Dana Cortez Show that she didn’t feel right releasing vulgar music while pregnant with her son.
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