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Like many artists before her in the age of streaming, Nicki Minaj has updated her new album Queen, adding her recent 6ix9ine collab “FEFE” to the tracklist. Originally a 6ix9ine track featuring Nicki, it first showed up in the album’s tracklist on TIDAL Tuesday night and was later added to Spotify and Apple Music’s “bonus version” of Queen. It appears at the very end of the full-length, making Minaj’s fourth studio album 20 tracks long.

After its release last Friday, August 10, Minaj also tweeted she plans to make other updates to Queen, including adding another Future feature and changing “Ganja Burns.”

“Just listened to #GangaBurns after a long day & realized that I hate how low I made the hook,” she tweeted. “Gotta get it swapped out. That’s like my fave song & I can’t let it go out like that. Plus I was so sleep deprived I wrote burns instead of burn when they were stressing me 4 tracklist.”

Speaking to the CRWN audience during her interview with TIDAL’s Elliott Wilson on Tuesday, she said, “We added ‘FEFE.’ Shout-out to my baby Tekashi. I love him. Because of streaming, we can update the albums.”

Stream the updated version of Queen below.

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