Nicki Minaj's Sister Ming Luanli Launches Rap Career with First Single 'Do It Again'

Luanli is featured on Rakeem Love's single, which was released on Friday

Ming Luanli is following in her sister Nicki Minaj's footsteps.

On Friday, Luanli appeared on Rakeem Love's new breakup single "Do It Again," where she was featured on a pair of verses.

“You’re acting suspicious, you don’t know what you do to me/ You’re after these bitches and wanna act like you glued to me,” she rhymes over a haunting melody.

Before Love takes over the vocals, Luanli raps: “You’re causing me glitches, the s--- don’t compute to me/ Like 1+1+1 will never make 2 to me/ You’re treating me brutally."

Later, she harmonizes with the singer/songwriter before the track concludes: “My condolences, you lost a real one to a poser/ Closing this door’s the only way I’m getting closure."

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Alongside the track, Luanli and Love released a music video which features the duo in New York City — the former traveling on the subway and the latter heartbroken and wandering the city.

The visual was directed by City Island Productions, which previously produced music videos by Ice Spice and JT of the City Girls, and was created in partnership with Quantum Swap AI, a crypto exchange venture co-owned by Luanli and Love.

Like her sister, Minaj, 41, is focusing on promoting her latest release Pink Friday 2 — the highly anticipated sequel to her platinum certified debut album Pink Friday — which was released in December.

The "Anaconda" rapper kicked off her Pink Friday 2 World Tour on March 1 in Oakland, California, and previously announced she would be adding 13 dates to the North American leg of the tour, which will include stops in Atlanta, Nashville, Boston, Chicago, Toronto and New York City.

Minaj also revealed she'd be making stops in the Netherlands, Scotland, the U.K., Germany, France, Denmark and Sweden.

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<p>Mike Coppola/Getty Images</p> Nicki Minaj performs onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards in Newark, New Jersey in September 2023

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Nicki Minaj performs onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards in Newark, New Jersey in September 2023

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According to a Live Nation press release in January, the hip-hop star had already sold out more than 25 arena concerts, meaning the Pink Friday 2 World Tour was already her best selling to date.

In January, she teased the show's setlist and said it'll feature "sprinkles from other albums. But it’s def the PF2 Tour."

Minaj did confirm to fans that she'll perform early hits like "Pound the Alarm" and "Starships" — which she abruptly stopped singing during a New Year's Eve performance at the nightclub E11EVEN in Miami, telling the crowd of the 2012 smash at the time, "I don’t perform that song no more, y’all. I don’t like it, what y’all want me to do? Stupid song."

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