Nicki Minaj, Trinidadian-born rapper, has come through with the mixtape for ‘Beam Me Up Scotty’, her 2009 hit project.


The award-winning singer surprised her numerous fans with the project’s re-release in the early hours of Friday.

The updated version includes three new singles such as ‘Seeing Green’ — which features Drake and Lil Wayne — and ‘Fractions’.

It also includes a remix of ‘Crocodile Tears’ featuring Emwah Warmington, the Jamaican singer better known as Skillibeng.


In the 23-track project, the 38-year-old rapper returns with her typical hard-hitting lyrics which appear to be a subtle dig at her critics.

“B**ches act like they want action Heard they want action B**ch, we ain’t duckin’ no action I’m ‘bout to give them that traction, send a distraction Then I’ma line ‘em like fractions…” she is heard singing in one of the tracks.

Tracks in the updated version of the mixtape include:

  • ‘Seeing Green’
  • ‘Fractions’
  • ‘Crocodile Teeth’
  • ‘Chi-Raq’
  • ‘Boss Ass Bitch’
  • ‘Intro’
  • ‘Itty Bitty Piggy’
  • ‘I Get Crazy’
  • ‘Kill da DJ’
  • ‘Nicki Minaj Speaks’
  • ‘Slumber Party’
  • ‘Shopaholic’
  • ‘Gotta Go Hard’
  • ‘Nicki Minaj Speaks #2’
  • ‘Best I Ever Had Remix’
  • ‘Keys Under Palm Trees’
  • ‘Silly’, ‘Easy’
  • ‘Nicki Minaj Speaks #3’
  • ‘Envy’
  • ‘Can Anybody Hear Me?’
  • ‘Still I Rise’
  • ‘Beam Me Up Scotty’
  • ‘Easy’


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