Nicki Minaj vs. Elle Varner — The Boombox Battle
Leave it to Nicki Minaj to rain on RiFF RAFF’s winning streak. After three consecutive wins, the head Barbz’s ‘No Flex Zone’ freestyle beats the self-proclaimed “white Gucci Mane with a spray tan” and his raunchy ’2 Girls 1 Pipe Remix’ in this week’s Boombox Battle.
With 65.9 percent, Nicki’s Barbz came in masses to vote for her while RiFF RAFF’s HiGHROLLERS only managed to get him 34.1 percent of the vote.
Spitting on the instrumental for Rae Sremmurd’s ‘No Flex Zone,’ the MC details why she’s the best plus warns that no one should try to mess with her — especially any guy drooling over her photos on Instagram.
“Ass still fat it’s on Rick Ross / You bitches make a n—-’s d— soft / Running this game for five years / Guess that’s why my feet hurt / Wonder when they bite me / Do these bitches teeth hurt / Yes, I’m an icon,” she delivers.
Since Nicki’s track is so fierce, this week we have another strong female as her contender, Elle Varner. Her track, ‘Don’t Wanna Dance,’ finds the songstress regretting that she hit the club. She’d rather chill on the couch with her boo.
“Though it’s a lot of a fine boys in here I’m still thinking about you / I should try and pretend to be happy for a minute or two / They are playing Weezy / Is this a party?” she coos.
With a soulful beat perfect for summer, the effort is made for those tired of the party scene. A$AP Ferg is featured on the track as her love interest. He just wants her to come home and watch ‘Martin’ with him.
Will Nicki’s aggressive joint about being the best in the rap game win? Or will Elle’s chilled out track about dancing at home take the crown? The choice is yours. Vote for your favorite artist’s song once per hour until the polls shut down on Tues., Aug. 5, at 10AM ET. So get to it!
Listen to Nicki Minaj’s ‘No Flex Zone’ Freestyle
Listen to Elle Varner’s ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’ Feat. A$AP Ferg
Rules of The Boombox Battle
Two artists and their respective songs compete against each other each week. The triumphant artist goes on to compete in the next The Boombox Battle. If an artist wins The Boombox Battle four times consecutively, their song will be honored in The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame.