Prior to the surprise early drop of her third studio album ‘Queen’ on Friday, Nicki Minaj had initially pushed back the release of the project following a public struggle of clearing her Tracy Chapman-sampling ‘Sorry’.

Borrowing heavily from Chapman’s ‘Baby Can I Hold You’, the track was shelved from the final ‘Queen’ tracklisting, however it has now seen the light of day courtesy of US DJ/radio host Funkmaster Flex.

Grab a listen to the Nas-featuring cut below; you can also stream the rest of ‘Queen’, which features appearances from The Weeknd, Eminem, Labrinth and Foxy Brown, here: