By now, everyone knows that if you have Nicki Minaj featured on your track, it's a guaranteed hit. She's on a roll lately with features. Everyday a new song comes out, and nine times out of ten, you can expect to hear Nicki Minaj rapping a verse on the track.
We've put together a list of all the new Nicki Minaj collaborations, and rated her verses on the track with Anaconda stickers:
Usher - "She Came to Give it to You" feat. Nicki Minaj
Nicki's rhythmic flow is incredible. It matches the beat so well, you would think that the beat was actually made specifically for her verse. She does get a bit corny with "Five plus five what they call that? Ten. Out in Japan we be counting that, Yen." But she brings back the heat in the hilarious line "He only last six seconds like a Vine." We're giving this Nicki verse a 3.5/5.
Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj - "Bang Bang"
When we heard that Nicki was going to be featured on this summer's biggest girl power anthem, we shrieked. Of course, Nicki brought the heat on this one. She raps "full throttle," spitting fast lyrics like Twista. This one deserves five Anaconda stickers.
Beyonce - "Flawless" (Remix) feat. Nicki Minaj
Nicki slays so hard on this remix with queen Bey. Her intonation and speed of delivery is just amazing. When she slows it down for "He want monster Nicki in Sri Lanka," it makes us remember her killing it on Kanye's "Monster." Whoo, we're giving this a 4.5
Wiz Khalifa - "True Colors" feat. Nicki Minaj
Wiz Khalifa opened up to MTV, expressing his respect for NIcki as a lyricist. "She kills it inspirationally, and lyrically," he said. For her feature on Wiz's "True Colors" off his Blacc Hollywood album, she shows off her singing ability. Her flow isn't as hard and her wordplay isn't as good as her other features. This one's worth three Anaconda stickers.