Only hours after releasing the bad gyal edition of Skeng’s Likkle Miss, Nicki Minaj and the other saucy eight female artistes have topped the iTunes United States Chart. Likkle Miss (The Fine Nine Remix), is Nicki Minaj’s second take on Skeng’s Likkle Miss single, which was released on July 7. Her first remix, which dropped in August, features only her and the deejay, but Nicki decided to spice things up even more by adding Queen of Dancehall Spice and seven other females to the track.
The track hit #1 on the US iTunes Top Songs chart earlier today and took the #1 spot on the iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap chart in the US. On YouTube, the single has garnered more than 408,220 views and over 64 thousand likes since its release. With Skeng on the chorus, delivering his lines from his original single, it also features Nicki Minaj, Spice, Destra Garcia, Patrice Roberts, Lady Leshurr, Pamputtae, Dovey Magnum, Lisa Mercedez, and London Hill.
Spice took to Instagram to share a clip of Nicki singing the song as well as screenshots of the song’s performance, expressing gratitude to the Trinidadian rapper for taking another important step for Caribbean culture. Spice expressed her happiness, saying, “@nickiminaj #Fine9 we got the #1 Record on iTunes in all genres Little Miss remix @skeng.don Peng @nickiminaj thank you for not only what you did for the ladies…but for the entire Culture #Dancehall #Caribbeangirlsrunit #Legendary #Historical Moment.”
Under the post, Nicki expressed her love for Spice and sent her gratitude for the collaboration that strongly represented the Jamaican and Trinidadian baddies. Lisa Mercedez also commented, indicating that she was overly excited about being a part of “such an ICONIC moment.”
Meanwhile, Twitter has been having a ball, gushing over the remix, which is trending alongside Nicki Minaj and Skeng. While some Twitter users commended Skeng for dropping a track that captivated Nicki to the point where she did two remixes, others speculated what the “Ratty Gang” deejay must be thinking about having nine females dominate his track. However, Skeng is in full support of the song and reposted the announcement Nicki posted earlier that the song was out.