The nearly-three-minute clip shows the raptress and her dancers shaking their booties on a jungle-themed set.
Nicki Minaj has offered a behind-the-scenes look at her highly-anticipated "Anaconda" music video. In a YouTube clip she shared on Thursday, August 7, the raptress leaves little to the imagination as she dons some revealing dresses and shakes her famous booties alongside her backing dancers on a jungle-themed set.
Later in the nearly-three-minute video, she appears in a dressing room and speaks into the camera with a hilarious Caribbean accent while being drunk. A male, presumably Drake, makes a cameo at the end of the clip, talking to Minaj with his own accent in a dark room.
"Anaconda" is another single from her upcoming "The Pink Print" album, scheduled to hit the stores later this year. The track features a sample of Sir Mix-a-Lot's 1992 hit "Baby's Got Back".
Its music video, set to be Minaj's sexiest yet, was directed by Collin Tilley and is expected to be released in the coming days. A brief preview was shared via her Instagram last week. In a Twitter post she sent out recently, the 31-year-old femcee promised the final version of the visuals would be "every man's favorite video for a long time to come."