"Swalla" is a hot new song from Jason Derulo, featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign. The song is about to become much less well known than the music video, though. When it dropped on Friday, the Internet was on fire with pictures and snippets, particularly of the female rapper, who has been taking some criticism in the news lately for a feud with Remy Ma. Perhaps her appearance is her taking the high road.

Hot new music video

The "Swalla" music video is a feast for the eyes, with its technicolor style leading to eye-popping, dizzying visuals. Nicki Minaj is wearing very little, reminding people of the sexualization she started for herself while she tried to break out as an artist several years ago, something Remy Ma criticized her for in her recent diss track.

Also, there was candy involved, and who doesn't love candy?

"Swalla" was released as a single nearly a month ago, on February 24, 2017. The song will be the first single off of Jason Derulo's fifth studio album, which has yet to be announced. Nicki Minaj received the most acclaim for the song, with critics citing her lyrics as the highlight of the track. That's good news for the rapper, who had seemingly disappeared from the game until a couple of weeks ago, flying heavily under the radar.

Nicki Minaj comeback

Remy Ma directed not just one, but two diss tracks towards Nicki Minaj in the past couple of weeks, seemingly out of nowhere. People kept on waiting for the Trinidadian rapper to clap back, but the development of a response was slow.

Some viewed that as a defeat, while others viewed that as a taking of the high road, and a moral victory, seeing as her stature didn't initially require a response.

Suddenly, however, tracks came roaring out of her discography. In a flash, Nicki Minaj released "Regret in Your Tears," "No Frauds," and "Changed It," which can all be viewed through the diss track prism.

Whether it's those tracks from her next studio album or her strong appearance in "Swalla," it's clear Nicki Minaj is back with a vengeance.

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