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Nicki Minaj’s hugely-anticipated new album Queen has arrived, but the road to its release was marked by an attempt to delay the record in the hopes of clearing a Tracey Chapman sample. Ultimately, she elected to drop the album on August 10 as planned and cut the track in question from the finished product.

However, Minaj has now shared the track separately. Titled “Sorry,” it finds her reuniting with fellow Queens-MC Nas and samples Shelly Thunder’s song of the same name, which in turn interpolates the Tracey Chapman track “Baby Can I Hold You.” Give it a listen below.

If you haven’t already, stream Nicki Minaj’s new album Queen right here. Revisit the visual for single “Chun-Li” below.

In other music news, Kanye West has shared a new song. Listen to “XTCY” right here.

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