Nicki Minaj has been keeping occupied recently, as she went to Paris Fashion Week a month ago and even discharged three new tracks, and now the Queens rapper is giving her resolute fans some new visuals. The Head Barb in Charge just dropped the music video for her "No Frauds" single, which is as of now sitting at No. 87 on the Billboard Hot 100 music chart.
Minaj could catch her Young Money men Drake and Lil Wayne for a hotly anticipated get-together, where the trio posted up in various scenes with the female MC. The begin of the video demonstrates Nicki sitting on a honored position seat, wearing a crown, obliging her self-declared "Ruler of Rap" title.
Coordinated by Benny Boom, the video finds the "Starship" hitmaker in various parts of London as she spits shots went for Remy Ma in light of her "Shether" diss track from March. Later in the video, Nicki joins Drake in a club scene, where he wears a favor outfit to rap his hard-hitting verse, while Wayne can be seen back at the setting of Nicki's honored position, sitting up in his very own royal position while rattling off his visitor verse.
One of the greatest shocks of the visual is the presence of Rashida Ali, who was a companion of Remy's on Love and Hip Hop New York before their dropping out. It would seem that Nicki made a special effort for the video to ensure the Bronx local hears her applaud back boisterous and clear.
"No Frauds" mixed up much more contention to the progressing hamburger amongst Minaj and the Terror Squad rapper. In a now-erased Instagram post after the melody's discharge, the "Super Bass" craftsman expressed, "Diss records can't be untruths. Incredible diss records are FACTS. In any case, here at Young Money, we don't do diss records, we drop HIT RECORDS and diss u ON them."