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Nicki Minaj
Queen
Released April 12, 2018
Format Digital download
Length 3:11
Label Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Republic
Writer Onika Maraj, Jeremy Reid
Producer Chevy Music
Single information
Single release April 12, 2018
Video release May 4, 2018
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Queen Target Edition track listing
"Barbie Tingz" is track number 20.
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"Barbie Tingz" is a song by Nicki Minaj from the Target edition of her fourth studio album Queen. It was released as a single on April 12, 2018 along with "Chun-Li". The track was written by Minaj and Jeremy Reid, and produced by Reid. Upon release for digital download and streaming, a lyric video was uploaded to Nicki's VEVO channel as well as a short music video teaser to her personal YouTube channel. The track debuted at number 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 after just one day of tracking[1], before eventually peaking at number 25.[2] It has since been certified Gold in the United States.

Background and release

The song was eventually omitted from the track-list of Queen, however, Nicki later hinted that the track may be featured on a future project; released soon after Queen. On August 14, 2018, Nicki then announced on #CRWN that the track would be featured as a bonus track on the Target edition of Queen.

Cross references

Music video

The official music video was released on May 4 alongside the video for "Chun-Li". It was directed by Giovanni Bianco.

Music Video Information
Nicki_Minaj_-_Barbie_Tingz Premiere May 4, 2018
Filmed April, 2018
Director Giovanni Bianco, Nicki Minaj
Producer Keith Brown & Jessica Cooper
Production co Serial Pictures
Exec. producer
Editor Chancler Haynes
Choreographer
Length 3:30
Source [1]

Following the release of the track and an accompanying lyric video, a short music video teaser was uploaded to Minaj's YouTube channel.

Behind the scenes


Lyrics

Charts and Certifications

Charts

Chart (2018) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA) 41
Canada (Canadian Hot 100) 21
France (SNEP) 58
Ireland (IRMA) 58
New Zealand Heatseekers (RMNZ) 1
Portugal (AFP) 81
Scotland (Official Charts Company) 28
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) 90
UK Singles (Official Charts Company) 31
US Billboard Hot 100 25
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 17

Certifications

Country Certifications
United States Gold

Credits

Personnel:[3]

  • Composer: Onika Maraj, Jeremy Reid
  • Producer: Jeremy Reid
  • Mixer: Aubry "Big Juice" Delaine
  • Assistant mixer: Laura Bates
  • Recording engineer: Labrinth, Aubry "Big Juice" Delaine
  • Assistant recording engineer: Iván Jiménez, Laura Bates

References


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