Fellow New York native Nicki Minaj jumps on the official remix to emerging rapper Pop Smoke’s ‘Welcome To The Party’.
The new song also serves as the title track from the hip-hop superstar's new album of the same name, due out later this summer.
A snippet of the track featured in the latest episode of 'Tales', an anthology series created for BET by writer Irv Gotti.
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Goulding says of the new track, “I love how this song is a bit tongue in cheek, it’s definitely lyrically different to most of my other songs."
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