Nicki Minaj Drops “No Frauds,” “Changed It,” & “Regret In Your Tears”

Remy Ma Ends Nicki Minaj With "Shether"
Remy Ma annihilates Nicki Minaj with a scathing diss track called "Shether."

Nicki Minaj dropped three new singles tonight (March 10) including two diss tracks aimed at Remy Ma. Unfortunately, neither of them come close to the bite and ferocity of “Shether.” The first, a collaboration with Drake and Lil Wayne, is the most potent. ““What type of bum bitch shoot a bitch over a rap? What type of mother leave her one son over a stack?” she snipes in reference to her rival’s arrest on “No Frauds.” “Lil’ Boogie Down basic bitch thinkin’ she back, back to back, oh you mean, back to wack.”

On “Changed It,” Nicki boasts about being the queen of rap. “MJ to the teens, I am Billie Jean and the bitch is my son,” the 34-year-old spits. “I’m doing it for fun, I am the first number, tell them bitches I won.” It sounds very familiar (the rapper claiming people as her son is getting old), but she fires off some memorable lines. “The bitch gambled her career,” Nicki opines. “Now it’s gon’ be severe.” It would have been more ominous and impressive if she didn’t bring in Weezy for back up.

She switches it up on the final track. Instead of taking shots at Remy, she reminisces about her relationship with Meek Mill on “Regret In Your Tears.” “Cause you don’t even know what you just lost, you don’t even know what you just had,” the “Anaconda” rapper declares. “I tried to make somethin’ with you.” It’s probably a thinly-veiled diss at ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels. After all, he recently appeared on The Wendy Williams Show and claimed to write Nicki’s rhymes. Listen to the emotional song below.

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