Nicki Minaj has dropped her new mobile game early and with it comes a new track. Nicki Minaj: The Empire, created by the makers of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, was supposed to be made available tomorrow, Dec. 8, but the rapper and her fans get a pleasant surprise with the early release. "Looks like my game/app came early. Honestly didn't know til a few mins ago. DOWNLOAD IT NOW," Minaj wrote on Instagram.

The new track is available to those who download the free app, and allows users to lend a verse of their own, which would explain the non-Nicki portions above. Players build their character into a rap star by rapping over pre-loaded beats, "Ain't Gone Do It" being one of them. The song is a leftover from The Pinkprint and is pop-leaning, though Nicki's bars pack a punch. "Spur of the moment, I ball like Ginobli/ESPN photo shoot and with Kobe/You photoshop bitches be needing Adobe," she raps.

The release comes just a few weeks after Nicki dropped a remix to Rae Sremmurd's "Black Beatles" titled "Black Barbies." She had previously written about the mobile game, “This year for my birthday I’m giving my fans the most incredible gift eve... You’ll get to create your own Rap Empire where you can record yourself rapping on the same track as me. I can’t contain my excitement about this GAME/APP. We’ve been working on it for a long time. You’re going to FALL IN LOVE with it."

The game is available to download now through most app stores.

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