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BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - OCTOBER 21: Doja Cat attends Tidal X: The Rock the Vote Benefit Concert at Barclays Center on October 21, 2019 in Brooklyn, New York.

As promised, on Friday (May 1), Doja Cat released the remix to her single “Say So,” which features Nicki Minaj. The singer-rapper made the announcement via Instagram.

IT’S FINALLY HERE #SAYSOREMIX FT @NICKIMINAJ AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE NOW,” Doja Cat wrote on Instagram. Minaj announced the release of the single as well, writing “Real nasty wit dem [basketballs] – all NET, yeah I’m GROSS.”


306.7k Likes, 7,453 Comments - Doja Cat (@dojacat) on Instagram: "ITS FINALLY HERE ???? #SAYSOREMIX FT @NICKIMINAJ AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE NOW ????"

Minaj also took to her Instagram story to explain a few things to fans regarding the uploading process of the single. “Official version on Apple Music. Still uploading on Spotify,” Minaj wrote. “If the beat doesn’t switch, it’s the wrong version.”

“Should be updated on Spotify now within minutes,” Minaj continued. She also wanted the clarify a bar that she spat on the track. “The line ain’t about Wendy tho,” Minaj wrote in her Instagram Story.

Doja Cat also addressed the issue on Twitter. “The *official* “Say So” remix is coming out tonight! There might be an issue with an older version coming out in certain territories. Hang tight,” Doja tweeted.

“Shut it, save it, keep it pushin’/Why you beating ’round the bush?/Knowin’ you want all this woman/Never knock it ’til you try (Yah, yah)/All of them [expletive] hating I have you with me/All of my [expletive] sayin’ you mad committed/Realer than anybody you had, and pretty,” Doja Cat raps on the song.

“I got dressed just to sit in the house/People with the least always doin’ the most/I’m countin’ money while he suckin’ my toes/Real nasty with them balls, all net, yeah, I’m gross/Why you talkin’ ’bout who body fake?/With all the fillers in your face, you just full of hate,” Minaj raps on the track.

Listen to the “Say So” remix below.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.