Nicki Minaj's release date for Queen seems to just come further and further away. The rapper has officially decided to delay her album seven days after the controversy about an unauthorized trial on one of her tracks.
The artist's album "Chun-Li" was expected to fall on August 10, but it has been postponed because a selection from Tracy Chapman was not cleaned by the appropriate authorities. While Nicki has not announced the news about social media or in a press release, she seems to have raised the question in an open letter to her fans who appeared in the cuts of Apple Musics 'Nicki Minaj Essentials' playlist.
This is The second time Nicki Minaj has posted his fourth studio album. The album was originally slated to debut in June 201
In prepation for Queen Minaj has released the singles "Bed" and the certified platinum banger "Chun-Li" (her second predicted single "Barbie Tingz" will not be featured on the project). In addition, the rapper has recently collaborated with Tekashi 6ix9ine on its only "Fefe". The track is named No. 1 on iTunes.
Nicki has previously called his upcoming project, this year's best album. Let's hope it's … when it finally comes out. Queen is slated to be released on August 17th.
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