Months ahead of Young Money rap empress Nicki Minaj’s most sought after work of 2018, her fourth studio album, Queen, the femcee megastar is letting the Barbs Army in on what to expect little by little.
She began with the unveiling of her earthy album cover last week, then went on to speak light to one of the album’s fundamental messages in an Elle interview released on Wednesday (June 13). On Thursday (June 14), Nicki finally unleashed what could arguably be the most exciting part of the project besides the actual music itself: the official track list. The song titles rolled out with the album’s pre-order availability announcement, which sent Barbs bolting to their music streaming services. They couldn’t help but notice, however, that one-third of their leader’s currently-released singles isn’t present on Queen’s 19-song track list: the bass-throbbing, bar-driven “Barbie Tingz” hit.
Thus, Nicki’s Barbs kingdom civilization is in shambles trying to figure out why.
See their rage in the posts below.