Nicki Minaj has been keeping busy lately, as she attended Paris Fashion Week last month and even released three new tracks, and now the Queens rapper is giving her die-hard fans some new visuals. The Head Barb in Charge just dropped the music video for her "No Frauds" single, which is currently sitting at No. 87 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Minaj was able to snag her Young Money men Drake and Lil Wayne for a long-awaited reunion, where the trio posted up in different scenes with the female MC. The start of the video shows Nicki sitting on a throne chair, wearing a crown, catering to her self-proclaimed "Queen of Rap" title.

Directed by Benny Boom, the video finds the "Starship" hitmaker in different parts of London as she spits shots aimed at Remy Ma in response to her "Shether" diss track from March. Later in the video, Nicki joins Drake in a club venue, where he wears a fancy ensemble to rap his hard-hitting verse, while Wayne can be seen back at the setting of Nicki's throne, sitting up in a throne of his own while rattling off his guest verse.

One of the biggest surprises of the visual is the appearance of Rashida Ali, who was a friend of Remy's on Love & Hip Hop New York before their falling out. It looks like Nicki pulled out all the stops for the video to make sure the Bronx native hears her clap back loud and clear.

"No Frauds" stirred up even more controversy to the ongoing beef between Minaj and the Terror Squad rapper. In a now-deleted Instagram post after the song's release, the "Super Bass" artist wrote, "Diss records can't be lies. Great diss records are FACTS. But here at Young Money, we don't do diss records, we drop HIT RECORDS and diss u ON them."

Watch the video for Nicki, Drake, and Lil Wayne's latest hit below.

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