Chicago’s drill scene has been in the spotlight as of late thanks to Chief Keef and various documentaries. Nicki Minaj jumps on an eerie drill track called 'Chi-Raq,' which features Windy City rhymer Lil Herb.

Over a sinister beat provided by Boi-1da, Vinylz and Allen Ritter, the Queen Barbz spits bullet-riddled rhymes at her detractors and addresses the recent controversy over her 'Lookin' Ass N----' cover.

"Malcolm X’s daughter came at me / Lookin' ass n----s ain’t happy," she raps, adding, "I f--- with real trap n----s / Pop star, icon, but I send n----s to come snatch n----s."

Herb follows up with more ammo spitting bars about guns, gangs and his love for his violent-prone city.

Before the song ends, Minaj warns that she has more music coming for the haters. "I always got a trick up my sleeve," she says. "I might give you a new trick every week until this album drops. I don't know, I figured they wanted some more."

After dropping 'Lookin' Ass N----' and 'Senile,' it's safe to say that Minaj is on a lyrical war path. Rest assured, she's going to bring some heat on her new album 'The Pink Print,' which is due later this year.

Listen to Nicki Minaj's 'Chi-Raq' Feat. Lil Herb