AceShowbiz - The wait is finally over. Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande's highly-anticipated music video for "Bed" is here for your viewing pleasure. Premiered on Friday, July 6, the visuals features the musician duo enjoying a tropical vacation.
The three-and-a-half-minute video opens with mermaid Nicki relaxing at the sandy beach as waves gently hit her curvaceous body. The scene then changes to show the female emcee delivering her lines while taking a dip in the pool. "Thousand dollar sheets/ Waitin' for you on some thousand dollar sheets," she raps. "I got Carter III on repeat/ Back shots to the beat of ('A Milli') on you."
Scenes which show Nicki and Ariana playing around in a pool of foam and bubbles are not included in the visuals, but fans get to see the "Dangerous Woman" singer flaunting her petite yet stunning figure in white lingerie. The end of the music video sees the ladies joining Odell Beckham Jr. and his friend having fun by the pool.
Ahead of the premiere of the music video, Nicki took to Twitter to reveal that there would be another "Bed" music video coming. "One more thing; there r 2 #BedVideo edits, as there were 2 directors involved. You'll see the first today. Also, it won't be on vevo for like another 24 hours," she wrote. "You'll see it on YouTube until then. I'll prob release the other edit in a week. Idk."
One more thing; there r 2 #BedVideo edits, as there were 2 directors involved. You’ll see the first today. 😛🎀🎁 also, it won’t be on vevo for like another 24 hours. You’ll see it on YouTube until then. I’ll prob release the other edit in a week. Idk. 💭🦄🧜🏽♀️🎀 🛏— Chun-Li (@NICKIMINAJ) July 7, 2018
"Bed" is the second single off Nicki's upcoming fourth studio album "Queen", which is due out on August 10. Other previously-released songs which will be included on the effort are "Chun-Li" and "Rich Sex" featuring Lil Wayne. Meanwhile, "Barbie Tingz" has been removed from the tracklist. In support of the album, she will embark on a joint tour with Future called "NICKIHNDRXX Tour". The trek will launch on September 21 in Baltimore, MD, and conclude on November 24 in Las Vegas, NV.