AceShowbiz - Rookie rapper Playboi Carti joins forces with Nicki Minaj on a new song titled "Poke It Out". Produced by his frequent collaborator Pi'erre Bourne, the song is included on his debut album "Die Lit", which was unexpectedly released on May 11.
Carti opens the track by delivering verses which finds him bragging about his newfound fame and the women in his life. "Told the lil' b***h to come see me now/ All of these b****s wanna see me now/ F****d that lil' b***h with the t**ties out," he raps over the bouncy beat. "I know you see me on the T.V. Now/ Carti be lookin' like billionaire."
Nicki only appears near the end of the track, spitting verses about flaunting her influence on the hip-hop industry. "All of my buddies on ten, all of my moneys in Yen/ All of my work is sellin', Thank you, and please come again," she spits. "All we know here is the win/ Fabulous, gone with the wind."
Fans of the female emcee were definitely loving the track, with many dubbing her appearance on the track a "standout feature." One fan tweeted, "man Nicki come up with a new flow every week. I'm so over this b***h. This talent is ridiculous. Goodbye. Just goodbye." Another fan noted that Nicki stole the spotlight, saying, "So that adds Playboi Carti to the long list of men Nicki Minaj has embarrassed on their own songs."
man Nicki come up with a new flow every week. i'm so over this bitch. This talent is ridiculous. goodbye. just goodbye. #PokeItOut— ✨Tarek Ali✨ (@itstarekali) 11 Mei 2018
So that adds Playboi Carti to the long list of men Nicki Minaj has embarrassed on their own songs #PokeItOut— King (@SirenMinaj) 11 Mei 2018
"Nicki Minaj really ate this verse on this Playboi Carti #PokeItOut," one other fan wrote. "Most her is hard but I'm just really impressed with her ability to transcend the sound of this new generation of rap and her generation of rap all-while not comprising her lyrical ability."
Nicki Minaj really ate this verse on this Playboi Carti #PokeItOut. Most her ish hard but I’m just really impressed with her ability to transcend the sound of this new generation of rap and her generation of rap all-while not comprising her lyrical albility.— layton fishburn (@FishburnLayton) 11 Mei 2018
Besides being featured on the 21-year-old rapper's song, Nicki is currently working on her highly-anticipated album "Queen". She has released the first two singles off the album, "Chun-Li" and "Barbie Tingz".