On the grimy, bass-heavy track Minaj drops a hot freestyle as she sends warning shots to her critics. “Broke b*tches that talk sh*t, now them the bitches I stunt for,” Minaj raps. She also addresses her controversial song “Lookin’ Ass N*ggas.” “Malcolm X daughter came at me/ Lookin’ ass n*ggas ain’t happy/ Rolled out with some Latin Kings/And some eses in them plain khakis,” she raps.
Upcoming rapper Lil Herb follows-up with a dope verse where he goes from always keeping it real to staying away from snitchers. “Where I hang we don’t say no names/ If you talk to cops I stay away from you/ Keep your mouth shut in them investigations /You’ll be out the station in a day or two,” he raps.
“Chi-Raq” isn’t an official single off Minaj’s new album. However, it will certainly hold fans over until official music is released.
Fans who are enjoying Minaj’s music releases may be in a treat for more. At the end of the track, Minaj teases more music for her fans. “I always got a trick up my sleeve,” she says. “I might give you a new trick every week till this album drop, I don’t know. I figured they want some more, I’ma give you some more.”