AceShowbiz - It's almost been a week since Nicki Minaj released her highly-anticipated album "Queen", but she is still making adjustments to the record. Her recent collaboration with controversial rapper Tekashi69 a.k.a. 6ix9ine, "FEFE", has been added to the tracklist.
The song first showed up in the album's tracklist on TIDAL before it was added to other streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music. Nicki didn't reveal the reason behind the addition, but she said during an interview with Ellion Wilson, "Shout out to my baby Tekashi. I love him. Because of streaming, we can update albums."
Nicki is the not the first artist to adjust an album after it came out. Most famously, Kanye West repeatedly modified his 2016 album "The Life of Pablo" and even added "Saint Pablo" four months after its release. But unlike "Saint Pablo", "FEFE" was available to stream three weeks ahead of "Queen" release. Tekashi was also listed as the main artist on the single.
And it looks like this won't be the last time Nicki made adjustments to her album. The Trinidadian beauty previously revealed a plan to add a Future collaboration to the Target version of the album and updated the hook of opening track "Ganja Burn" because she "hated how low I made it." Taking to Twitter, she wrote, "That's like my fave song & I can't let it go out like that. Plus, I was so sleep deprived I wrote burns instead of burn when they were stressing 4 tracklist."
"Queen" was released on August 10. The album is said to aiming for a No. 1 debut on Billboard 200 chart, with the site noting that it is in close race with Travis Scott (II)'s "Astroworld". In support of the album, she will embark on a joint North American tour with Future. Tekashi will serve as the opening act for the trek.