The Young Money rapstress delivers fiery verses in the remixed song, but turns to cooing gently in Auto-Tuned voice in the brand new track.
To tide fans over while she's busy preparing for her second studio album, Nicki Minaj lends her vocals to other artists' songs. The Harajuku Barbie recently contributed to a remix of Big Sean's song "Dance (A$$)" and teamed up with Rick Ross in his track "You the Boss".
In the "Dance (A$$)" remix, the Young Money first lady spits such fierce lines as, "Kiss my ass, my anus cause it's finally famous/ And it's finally soft, yeah it's finally soft/ I don't know man guess those f**ken shots wore off...Only time you on the 'net is when you Google my ass."
Minaj shows her gentler side in the "You the Boss" song. Instead of rapping some fiery verses like she does in the revamped version of "Dance (A$$)", she sings the hook in Auto-Tuned voice. "Hey daddy, won't you come and be my boss on your days off?" she coos at the end of the song.
"Dance (A$$)" is taken from Big Sean's debut album "Finally Famous" which has been in stores since Summer this year. Meanwhile, "You the Boss" is expected to appear in Rick Ross' upcoming effort "God Forgives, I Don't" along with another newly-leaked track "I Love my B****es".
"Dance (A$$)" remix:
"You the Boss":
"I Love my B****es":