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The one which features Beyonce Knowles is titled 'Feeling Myself' and the other which is supported by Ariana is called 'Get on Your Knees'.
The Cardo-produced track is one of two collaborations with Meek that Minaj has recorded for her upcoming third studio effort.
The collaboration, featuring Minaj on the hook, is available for download for fans who pre-order the rap duo's 'SremmLife' EP on iTunes.
The Harajuku Barbie delivers her new songs during the James Franco-hosted episode ahead of the release of her new album 'The Pinkprint' on December 15.
Alicia addresses the public unrest that rises after the deaths of unarmed black people in the U.S., while Nicki opens up about her lost child.
In addition to Bey and Grande who appear on 'Feeling Myself' and 'Get on Your Knees' respectively, the raptress has enlisted Jeremih and Meek Mill for her third studio effort.
Fans get to choose which ladies Trigga should get intimate with in the interactive music video directed by Jason Zada.
The rapper celebrated his daughter Reginae Carter's 16th birthday with a spectacular party, including a performance by Nicki, in Atlanta on Saturday night, November 29.
The former Nickelodeon star first posted an Instagram picture of her posing in front of a microphone in a studio and mentioned Minaj in the caption.
The 'Anaconda' hitmaker, who will release her third album in December, says she would be 'disappointed, as a woman,' if she doesn't have a child by the time she's done with her fifth album.
Lil Wayne, Jessie J, and Wyclef Jean are also added to the musical guest list at the upcoming awards show hosted by Pitbull.
The raptress shows off lots of skin in a black bra and tiny panties underneath a sheer black body suit as she's joined by collaborators Drake and Lil Wayne in some pictures.
The raptress calls out her ex-boyfriend on the ballad she previously previewed during the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards on November 9.
The Black Eyed Peas leading lady hints that the upcoming duet is a part of her first solo album since 'The Dutchess'.
The Harajuku Barbie insists she didn't come up with the concept, while the director Jeffrey Osborne says 'sorry I am not sorry.'