Earlier this month, Nicki Minaj announced her retirement in order to focus on starting a family, but the rapper hasn't thrown in the towel just yet. She's just dropped a brand new track titled "Fendi" in collaboration with Murda Beatz and PnB Rock.

In the track, Nicki raps about her love for the luxury Italian brand over the Murda-produced beat. "Shawty got swag, she rocking Fendi, it's all on her boots," she brags. Listen below.

Minaj's lyrical homage to the storied fashion house comes just in time for the October launch of her Fendi Prints On Collection, which riffs on the “Fendi prints on” phrase in her 2018 song "Chun-Li."

Announcing Minaj's new track, Fendi promptly tweeted "Have you ever heard of a Collection with its own theme song? Well, Fendi did it."

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