The raptress, who has previously worked with Drake for some tracks, says that she and the Canadian MC are scheduled to hit the studio together later this week.
Nicki Minaj has revealed that her new collaboration with Drake is underway. In a new interview with Kojo and Jade of Capital Xtra on Monday morning, June 23, the raptress said that the track featuring the Canadian star would "definitely" appear in her upcoming album "The Pink Print".
"I'm a massive fan of [Drake], that's my baby. And I hope and pray we'll have [a collaboration] on there. I think that we'll definitely have one on there," Minaj said and added that she's scheduled to hit the studio with her Young Money labelmate later this week.
"We're supposed to meet up this week to get some stuff crack-a-ling in the studio. I think there'll be another feature on the album that will blow people away. I'm super excited about that too, but it's obviously a secret!" she explained.
Minaj and Drake are no strangers to work with each other. The duo have worked together many times in the past, appearing in tracks such as "Moment 4 Life", "Make Me Proud" and "Up All Night".
Minaj's "The Pink Print" currently has no official release date. She has dropped "Pills N Potions" as the lead single off the record. Its music video arrived earlier this month with rapper The Game starring in it.
"He was really dope to work with. He came really last minute we reached out to him and he came right away. I think he was in the studio at the time," Minaj said of Game. "I wanted a guy for the video, and the producers booked two rappers that I didn't think really fit... It was my idea to reach out to The Game, I knew he lived in L.A. I had never hung out with him before ever in life."
"But he had made a comment about me on Instagram or something like that, and me and my girlfriend were just there laughing. And I thought, you know what, let's see if he can come by. And he was able to come!" she added.