History marches on, and all of us are victims of it sooner or later. Case in point is the UK, on the verge of some real V for Vendetta shit post-Brexit and pre-general election. Similar to this is the beef between Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma, now deep in the freezer and largely forgotten after only a few months. "No Frauds" still objectively slaps, though, so Queen Barb has decreed the release of a video for the Drake and Lil Wayne (and Murda Beatz!) assisted club banger that unites both these strands of time by being filmed in London.
The clip is mostly just Nicki wearing an armoured truck's worth of jewelry around the Palace of Westminster and partying with a turtleneck-clad (of course) Drake in a club somewhere. Is Drake copying fellow Canadian Justin Bieber's own English-inspired fashion? How many times has Nicki mentioned Ellen DeGeneres in her lyrics? Does everyone know that regina is Latin for "queen" and that there's a place in Canada that's named that? None of these questions are relevant, so watch the "No Frauds" video above.
Phil is a Noisey staff writer. He's on Twitter.