Nicki Minaj's new single “Only” will be released tomorrow, on Tuesday 28. See below the Artwork of “Only” featuring Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown.
The countdown is on till the release of Nicki Minaj’s new album Pinkprint. It is just a month away. But she has shared the artwork that was done for her new single “Only”. “Only” will get released tomorrow. It will feature Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown.
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This soundtrack comes after the success of Nicki’s Anaconda and Pills N Potions. The artwork consists of Nicki in a leather suit tightly wrapped around her body along with Lil Wayne who is suited and booted while Drake has the demeanor of a Pope.
However, the initial presentation of the artwork has no signs of Chris Brown in it, contrary to expectations of seeing him which were high indeed. Nicki became quite famous or rather notorious for her Anaconda album cover which showed her in an explicit stripper-like squatting posture from which her buttocks looked like two ripe orbs of forbidden fruit.
But this latest effort in the form of the single “Only” is much more sophisticated than that. While it may offer a little cleavage in the form of Nicki’s body suit showing her breasts, the extreme of wearing a thong is out of the window for now.
Anaconda attracted quite some criticism from mainstream America for ruining the morals of the nation and depicting what most 10 to 11 year olds should never get to see in the first place. But Nicki is Nicki and her level of artistic authenticity and cross-pollinating creativity can only be true to itself by the end of the day.
The problem is that when artists do not reflect any integrity and originality in their works, the lowest common denominator is what they have to aim for in the end.
Take that song “Stupid Ho” by Nicki. It just contains the words “you a stupid ho, a stupid ho, a stupid ho…” and this rather stupid ho-like dialogue goes on and on endlessly throughout the song. The very crassness and commercialism of this rather idiotic song can only prove one thing and that is that the creative genius (?) behind it must have a pea-sized brain.
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