Robin Thicke teams up with Nicki Minaj for new single "Back Together"
Robin Thicke teams up with Nicki Minaj for new single "Back Together". The R&B singer teamed up with Minaj once again, six years after their collaboration "Shakin' It for Daddy" from Thicke's 2009 project, "Sex Therapy".
On the new track produced by Max Martin, Thicke talks getting back with an old flame while Minaj spits bars about bedroom domination. The femcee raps, "Used to call me Hillary 'cause I Rodham," and then pays tribute to her man, Meek Mill, by reciting a few lines from his track, "Levels".
The new single will be featured on Thicke's eighth studio album, which is slated for release later this year following up last summer's project, "Paula", the album only managed to reach No.200 in the UK.
Listen to "Back Together" below