Just listened to #GangaBurns after a long day & realized that I hate how low I made the hook. Gotta get it swapped out. That’s like my fave song & I can’t let it go out like that😩. Plus I was so sleep deprived I wrote burns instead of burn when they were stressing me 4 tracklist
— QUEEN (@NICKIMINAJ) August 11, 2018
Nicki Minaj teams up with Nas for “Sorry,” a reggae-inspired collaboration that didn’t make her just released fourth album QUEEN.
On the song which samples Tracy Chapman’s “Baby Can I Hold You,” made popular by Shelly Thunder’s “Sorry”. The internet couple rap about their short time together. “I love how we kept it on the low, mad discrete,” Nicki raps before later adding “We keep it classy when we eatin’ it’s that fine dine/ But between love and hate, baby, it’s a fine line.”
“Touching tongues so close, we could breathe for each other,” Nas adds. “Untouchable boy with the illustrious girl/ But maybe being together’s too much for the world.”
Out now on all streaming platforms, QUEEN features appearances by Eminem, Future, Ariana Grande, Lil Wayne, The Weeknd, Foxy Brown and more. She plans on updating the album’s opener “Ganja Burns” because “I hate how low I made the hook.”
Listen to the track premiered by Flex below.