The Barbz cannot contain their excitement after Nicki Minaj made her classic mixtape, Beam Me Up Scotty, available on streaming services for the first time. Providing even more exciting news for her fans, Minaj included new tracks on the mixtape, which was originally released in 2009, according to Pitchfork. One of the new tracks, titled “Seeing Green,” features Drake and Lil Wayne.
There’s also a new song titled “Fractions,” which happens to be Minaj’s first new solo since she released “Yikes” in February 2020, according to Rolling Stone.
“B***hes act like they want action/heard they want action/b***h we ain’t duckin’ no action,” she raps in the song. “I’m bout to give dem dat traction, send a distraction— then I’ma line ’em like fractions.”
Beam Me Up Scotty, which includes 23 songs, also features “Crocodile Tears (Remix)” with Skillibeng, Billboard reported. Minaj announced the release of her new mixtape on Thursday on Instagram Live, where she also praised Drake for rekindling her passion for writing.
“I love you so much, Drake,” she said. “He single-handedly got me out of my writer’s block. He sent me something and I felt competitive again. I was like ‘what the f**k am I doing? You need to start writing.”
Drake popped in on the Queen’s live where Nicki Minaj shared Drizzy helped her get out of writer’s block AND she announced her mixtape ‘Beam Me Up Scotty’ will be available on all streaming platforms! 👑🐐🔥 pic.twitter.com/mFgQm3s5a2