Good Form
by Nicki Minaj (featuring Lil Wayne)

Album: Queen (2018)
Charted: 60

Songfacts®:

  • "Good Form" was originally recorded as a solo song by Nicki Minaj for her Queen album. A remix featuring the artist's Young Money boss Lil Wayne was released on November 29, 2018 as the fourth single from the album. It was the third collaboration of 2018 between the two rappers following Queen's "Rich Sex" and Tha Carter V's "Dark Side of The Moon."
  • Nicki Minaj talks about her man's sexual prowess as being "good form" while Wayne's 50-second assist at the end of the track finds him spitting in no uncertain terms about what he'd like to do to the "Starships" artist.
  • The colorful NSFW video was directed by Colin Tilley, who has shot several of Minaj's previous clips, including the one for "Anaconda." It features the Queen Barbz rapping on a variety of sets, most notably in a giant pool of milk, with a large cookie in the background. Wayne, former labelmate Tyga, ATL actress Lauren London, and Basketball Wives reality star Evelyn Lozada all have brief cameos.
  • Jade and Baddie Gi can also be seen twerking in the background. The sisters were allegedly injured during a dispute with Cardi B at New York's Angels Strip Club in New York, which resulted in the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker being charged with two misdemeanors. Including the two women in her video is likely an attempt by Minaj at shading her rap rival.

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