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The third single to be lifted off Minaj's 'The Pinkprint' album, which has been pushed back to December, was co-produced by Dr. Luke, Cirkut and J Mike.
According to a statement to promote the Young Money raptress' new single 'Only', the album is now due out on December 15.
The third single to be lifted from the Young Money raptress' 'The Pinkprint' album will be released on Tuesday, October 28.
The promo shows what the world looks like after the 'Anaconda' hitmaker hosts the 2014 EMAs that's airing live from Glasgow, Scotland next month.
The 'Anaconda' hitmaker also dishes on her much-talked music video and toned down looks in an interview published in the latest edition of GQ.
The raptress posts the single's cover art on Instagram and announces in the caption that the track has sold 1 million copies in the U.S.
The video was taken when Bey brought out Minaj for the first live performance of the remix at an 'On the Run' show in Paris last month.
The 'Anaconda' rapper is also nominated in four MTV EMA categories including Best Female, Best Hip Hop, Biggest Fans and Best Look.
Dean, who has penned hits for some biggest names in music including RiRi and Minaj, shares black-and-white photos of her posing with the two stars during recent studio sessions.
The duo, who previously collaborated on 2012's 'Give Me All Your Luvin' ', took to their respective Instagram account to share the same photo taken during their recent meeting in NYC.
The 'Anaconda' hitmaker visits her friend and collaborator who is hospitalized after collapsing onstage during his NYC show.
The 'Anaconda' hitmaker has won the lawsuit which claimed she stole the wig designs from her former stylist and cheated him out of millions of dollars.
Hempstead School District says that they are inviting the 'Anaconda' hitmaker to visit their school because her appearance will serve as 'a boost to their students.'
The two superstars rocked similar colorful Versus Versace outfits for the first live performance of their collaboration at the concert at Paris' Stade de France.
A spokesperson for New York City Department of Education says they were forced to deny her offer to speak to students because she wanted to film her visit.