His anaconda don't want none unless you've got buns, hon. But luckily, Nicki Minaj can deliver. Today (Aug. 1), Minaj's new The Pinkprint single "Anaconda" leaked ahead of its new Aug. 5 release date, and it's just as raunchy as the NSFW cover artwork indicated.
A low-quality version of "Anaconda" is now making its way around the Internet, and as should have been expected, it pulls largely from a sample of the 1992 Sir Mix-A-Lot single "Baby Got Back." Mixing together the key lines of "My anaconda don't want none / Unless you've got buns, hon" and "Oh my gosh / Look at her butt," Minaj promises that her sizable derriere can do the trick.
"He love my fat a$," Minaj raps at one point before cackling. "This one goes out to all my b----es with a fat a$."
Of course, Minaj's butt isn't the only thing she's got going for her, apparently her lady parts are so good they help to lull grown men to sleep post-coital. "This dude named Michael got him up on a cycle / D--k bigger than a tower, I ain't talking 'bout Eiffel / Real country a$ n---a, let me play with his rifle / P---y put his a$ to sleep, now we're calling me Nyquil."
So, yeah, this song is just a little bit raunchy, but what did you expect from a single called "Anaconda" with G-string thong cover art? "Anaconda" continues Minaj's promise to move away from her poppier singles such as "Superbass" and "Starships," and go back to her hardcore rap roots.
Listen to "Anaconda" below: