Nicki Minaj’s Queen dropped just over two weeks ago, and if you’re like us you haven’t stopped listening to it on repeat. Because of this, we’ve ranked the songs – but know that none of the songs are bad; this is just based on our own preferences.
19. “Inspirations Outro”
This outro is good, but the shortness of the track is what lands it at number 19.
18. “2 Lit 2 Late Interlude”
Like with “Inspirations Outro,” this Interlude is good and Nicki’s voice sounds great. It’s just short.
17. “Chun Swae” feat. Swae Lee
The longest song on the album, “Chun Swae” finds some expansion on the Chun-Li persona set forth on Queen.
16. “Nip Tuck”
Nicki’s sing-rap shines here, but some of the other songs simply outshine it.
15. “Run & Hide”
This track sees Nicki singing her heart out in a passionate way.
14. “Coco Chanel” feat. Foxy Brown
One of many iconic collaborations on the album, “Coco Chanel” sees Foxy Brown meeting Chun-Li for the first time.
13. “Rich Sex” feat. Lil Wayne
A classic duo, “Rich Sex” is an anthem for bougie people everywhere.
12. “Sir” feat. Future
This track fits both of these rappers’ styles perfectly, and we can’t wait to see how they perform it together on their joint tour.
This track has all of us wanting to visit Florida ASAP. Nicki’s cadence is charming and fun.
10. “Come See About Me”
Here, Nicki pours her heart out and we can’t get enough of it.
9. “Thought I Knew You” feat. The Weeknd
Nicki sing-raps again here, and her back-and-forth flow with the The Weeknd is enchanting.
8. “Hard White”
A testament to hard work, “Hard White” shows Nicki’s progress.
7. “Good Form”
Nicki has always owned her sexuality, and this song is no different. It’s a bop and a half, and we love her dominance.
6. “Bed” feat. Ariana Grande
Nicki and Ariana’s collaborations never, ever disappoint, and this latest in their string of hits doesn’t falter.
5. “Majesty” feat. Eminem & Labrinth
Eminem returns on a Nicki Minaj album for the first time since Pink Friday, and it’s one for the books. Labrinth’s chorus is perfect to intercept the two rappers, who ultimately just simply work so well together. They flaunt their skills expertly here.
Sassy Nicki is here to take no prisoners, and we love it.
3. “Barbie Dreams”
Nicki comes for every rapper in the game in this throwback-sounding song, and it’s easily one of the best from the album. Her lines and flow are excellent, and it gets us every time when she
The lead single from Queen, Nicki introduces the world to her latest alter ego: Chun-Li. When you listen to it, you feel like you can take on the world, and it was the lead single for a reason. You can’t help but dance and rap every word when it comes on.
1. “Ganja Burn”
The opening song just happens to be our favorite. “All my powers back,” Nicki raps. The song is about the return of a goddess, which symbolizes Nicki’s return to music after four years. After all, as the rapper notes, a queen is what Nicki embodies. The song is endlessly catchy to boot.
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