Before Nicki Minaj was washing Jay Z on Kanye West's "Monster," she was washing him on his own beats. On "Dilly Dally" from 2007's Playtime Is Over, she takes on Just Blaze's "Kingdom Come" beat that he made for Hova, and does a fine job of navigating it for three minutes.
Reminiscing back to the days when she used to shop at the V.I.M. on Junction Boulevard in Queens, Minaj flaunts her newfound wealth all over this one, making sly references to old Covergirl ads, Justin Timberlake's "SexyBack" and Trix cereal. It'd be nice to hear her get back to this no-frills style of rapping someday.
I'm Young Nicholas, my style ridiculous
I heard your money funny, and mommy, I'm ticklish
I gotta laugh. I gotta laugh at it
I always got crack, I guess I'm a crack addict