Nicki Minaj Teams With Nas for Tracy Chapman-Sampling Song 'Sorry': Listen

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Nicki Minaj attends the 2018 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 24, 2018 in Los Angeles.

A day after the release of her new album, Queen, Nicki Minaj dropped another unreleased song featuring her ex-boyfriend Nas.

Funkmaster Flex debuted the new Tracy Chapman-sampling track, titled "Sorry," on Saturday (Aug. 11).

Earlier this month, Minaj and her team debated whether to further delay the release of Queen while trying to clear Chapman's "Baby Can I Hold You." The 35-year-old rapper decided to push the release to Aug. 17, but ended up releasing the album earlier.

Minaj hinted in a now-deleted tweet that Chapman said no to the clearance, but Minaj's fanbase persuaded her to release the song anyway, Rolling Stone reports.

Legendary rapper Nas, who dated Minaj for eight months before breaking up in January, appears on "Sorry."
“Ain’t losing watches but with me, he always find time / We keep it classy when we eating, it’s that fine dine / But between love and hate, baby, it’s a fine line,” Minaj raps.

Listen to "Sorry," featuring Nas, below.


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