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Queen Key Fantasizes About Offset, 6ix9ine, Future, & More On "Dreams"

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September 05, 2018 17:37
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Dreams

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Queen Key flips Nicki Minaj's "Barbie Dreams" for her own "Dreams."


From the sounds of her brand new single, Queen Key might genuinely be messing with your favorite rapper. The Chicago spitter is on a serious come-up and she's having lots of fun on her flip of Nicki Minaj's "Barbie Dreams." Nicki's version had her calling out a few rappers in a joking manner while Queen Key decides to switch things up and reveal the fantasies she has about members of the hip-hop community. Of course, the original beat comes from The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Dreams," but we've got to give it up to the two femcees for doing their thing over the instrumental.

There's a lot of action to keep up with here. Key shouts out Biggie, Lil Kim and Nicki before beginning her wet dream, noting that she'll pull Chief Keef's hair so hard that he'll turn into Mr. Clean. She brings up a lot of her fellow Chicagoans, like Valee, Juice WRLD, Chance the Rapper, and others but some of the more memorable lines are actually the most surprising. We all knew what was coming after she made a 69 reference as the artist follows it up with, "Put my ass in Tekashi face like I'm Rikishi." 

On top of all that, she reveals her fantasies include Trippie Redd, Offset, YFN Lucci, H.E.R., NBA YoungBoy, and Gunna. The one person she's not touching though? Lil Uzi Vert. In her own words, "I ain't going to hell and shit."

Quotable Lyrics:

And I still see the shadows of this d-ck
If Juice WRLD eat my p-ssy I'll take a pic
I don't care how old he is I heard the n---a rich
I wonder if the singing n---as got the bigger d-ck

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