Nicki Minaj has put her assets on full display for all to adore in the new video for her “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” single — check it out below.
In the video, which was released on Saturday (May 13), the Queens native wore an assortment of revealing outfits, including a black bikini and a two piece swimsuit which hugged all of her curves. Throughout the video, Nicki is seen enjoying the ocean views while standing in the backyard of a hillside mansion. She is also captured hopping in and out of a White Range Rover and custom Pink Rolls Royce with red interior.
And of course, it isn’t a Nicki Minaj video if she isn’t decked out in diamonds throughout the entire visual.
Nicki’s Lumidee-sampling track and visual is just a warm-up to the dominance that she’s preparing to display for the remainder of 2023. Even though she’s already considered to be a rap veteran, Nicki recently promised that this will be her best year yet with her upcoming album and tour, vowing to “raise the bar to new & unreachable heights.”
As part of a Twitter conversation with her Barbz last week, Nick quoted a fan’s post about her 2021 track “Fractions,” and she responded by discussing some of her recent singles and her plans for the future.
The rapper proclaimed that her NM5 (the rumored name of her tour and album) will be the “best thing that comes out of 2023” and that it will be hailed as “genius.” The announcement of a new project immediately piqued the interest of fans.
The project will be her first since 2018’s Queen.
Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj also reached another major career milestone recently, adding to her already extensive resumé with her 2022 smash hit, “Super Freaky Girl.”
Last week, Chart Data has reported that Nicki Minaj’s viral hit song continues to gain momentum, and it’s now earned double platinum status according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
The Pinkprint rapper released the track, which samples Rick James’ 1981 hit “Super Freak,” last August.
“I can lick it, I can ride it while you slippin’ and slidin’/ I can do all them little tricks and keep the dick up inside it/ You can smack it, you can grip it, you can go down and kiss it/ And every time he leave me alone he always tell me he miss it,” she raps on the chart-topping song.
Minaj recently celebrated the accomplishment by quote tweeting the post, writing: “In a matter of months? Omg barbz, the bad btchs that you are!!!!! Ugh! Your minds!!!! #DOUBLEPLATINUM 1st #1 SOLO female rap debut since Lauryn Hill. Last solo debut since… well since me! Oh barbz you’ll always be famous. thank you. I love you so.