Here Are the Lyrics to Meghan Trainor's 'Nice to Meet Ya,' Feat. Nicki Minaj

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Meghan Trainor featuring Nicki Minaj, "Nice to Meet Ya"
 

It's "Nice to Meet Ya," Meghan Trainor and Nicki Minaj! Their new collab hits the Billboard Hot 100 this week (dated Feb. 15) with a No. 89 debut. 

It's the third single from Trainor's third studio album Treat Myself, which debuted at No. 25 on the Billboard 200. Trainor told the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast earlier this month that having Minaj on the track meant everything to her. "I've worshiped her since I was, like, what, in middle school? ... She's actually the most talented songwriter, I feel like, especially a woman in this hip-hop world," she said at the time. "Like, this song was just, 'I'm really confident and this is who I am!' And she was like, 'No, I run a company and I'm the CEO and I'm a boss, and that's how Meghan is too.'"

The music video features the rapper's business card naming her the "Boss Bi---" of Trainor Industries.

Check out the lyrics and colorful music video below.

(Nice to meet ya, ooh) mmh
(Nice to meet ya, ooh)
(Nice to meet ya) Meghan Trainor
(Nice to meet ya) let's go

I used my makeup to hide (hide)
Tellin' you
There ain't nothin' I haven't tried (tried)
Changed my hair
But I couldn't change up my mind (my mind, mind, mind)

You know I been tryna work it (yeah, yeah)
You know ain't nobody perfect (yeah, yeah)

Go ahead, go talk about me (me)
You don't know
The half of the sh-- that I've seen (seen)
Go ahead and tell them
Whatever you heard (whatchu you heard)

I look different on the surface (yeah, yeah)
You know ain't nobody perfect (yeah, yeah)

I am blessed by the Heavens
Someone's got a hold on me
Sweet, but I get rough
Just what I wanna be
What I wanna be, just what I wanna be
I don't know you

I am blessed by the Heavens
Someone's got a hold on me
Sweet, but I get rough
Just what I wanna be
What I wanna be, just what I wanna be
I don't know you
But I'm just what I wanna be

(Nice to meet ya, hey)
(Nice to meet ya)
(Nice to meet ya)
(Nice to meet ya)

I used to care way too much (much)
Filter myself
I thought I wasn't enough (enough)
Now I'm givin' myself
Nothing but love (but love, love, love)

'Cause I know that I am worth it (yeah, yeah)
I know ain't nobody perfect (yeah, yeah)

I am blessed by the Heavens
Someone's got a hold on me
Sweet, but I get rough
Just what I wanna be
What I wanna be, just what I wanna be
I don't know you, but

I am blessed by the Heavens
Someone's got a hold on me
Sweet, but I get rough
Just what I wanna be
What I wanna be, just what I wanna be
I don't know you
But I'm just what I wanna be

(Nice to meet ya, hey)
(Nice to meet ya)
(Nice to meet ya)
(Nice to meet ya)

Brrrt
Who you gon' call when you ain't got the? Uh
Me and Meghan run up in the spot like, uh
I pop off 'cause I am the reignin' champ
Please, no comparisons, 'cause you know they can't
Had to cut the grass, there were snakes in the camp
They know I'm the billy, I be laughin'
Ha, ha, ha-ha, ha, ha-ha-ha
One minute I'm nice, the next a monster (brrrt)
My guesthouse alone cost like three tickets
And that Rolls truck and that paint job real wicked
Used to dumb, dumb myself down for these chickens
Now when dumb, dumb talk, I smile it be crickets

Boom, I turn every head when I walk in the room
Pretty in real life, hit my pics with the zoom
A ten when they rate it like tomb
Elevated to the penthouse
We ain't stoppin' anytime soon (I'm)

Blessed by the Heavens
Someone's got a hold on me
Sweet, but I get rough
Just what I wanna be
What I wanna be, just what I wanna be
I don't know you
But I'm just what I wanna be

(Nice to meet ya) oh, oh, oh
(Nice to meet ya) ohh
(Nice to meet ya) ohh
(Nice to meet ya)
 

Lyrics licensed & provided by LyricFind

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

Written by: Mark Williams, Meghan Trainor, Onika Tanya Maraj, Raul Cubina, Scott Harris

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