With the most recent remix of her smash song “Likkle Miss,” which features Skeng, Nicki Minaj delved back into her island gal style. The self-proclaimed “Queen of Dancehall,” Spice, as well as Destra Garcia, Patrice Roberts, Lady Leshurr, Pamputtae, Dovey Magnum, Lisa Mercedez, and London Hill were all recruited by the Queens rapper for this song.
On Wednesday, October 5, while appearing live on Queen Radio with London Hill, Lisa Mercedez, and Pamputtae, Nicki unveiled the song. Only a few weeks have passed when the Barb and reggae singer Skeng debuted the original track’s video. A month earlier, she released the Queen Mix version of her number-one song “Super Freaky Girl,” which caused a lot of animosity among some of the top female rappers.
The most recent Minaj music video for the first remix of the aforementioned song was initially deemed inappropriate for users under the age of 18 and to breach community guidelines by YouTube. After the superstar criticized the video streaming platform, YouTube on Monday removed an age restriction off Nicki Minaj’s most recent video, “Likkle Miss Remix.”
The day after Minaj’s critique post, YouTube relaxed the age restriction. The website made a declaration stating that they “removed the age restriction after determining the video didn’t violate our Community Guidelines.”
Give the new single a spin below.