The cover art for the song was an illustration that depicts Minaj in a superhero catsuit, Drake as the pope, and Lil Wayne in a suit and tie.

Carolyn Menyes from Music Times gave the song a positive review, saying "With a cool sense of confidence and rhymes that boast of her own sexual and rapping prowess, Minaj is taking the reins, leading into the equally vulgar and explosive rap verses from Drake and Wayne".

The song accompanying music video was released the following month and was directed by Hannah Lux Davis; it premiered on December 12, 2014.

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"Only" peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, giving Nicki Minaj her fourth number one on the latter chart and making her the only female rap artist to do so.

The song was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Luke, Cirkut, and JMIKE, with production assistance from HBM and Rock City.

"Only" is a hip-hop song that contains an "icy" production that sits "ominously" underneath dirty lyrical metaphors.

[Verse 1] Dear Wayne, if this shit ever gets to you Listen to me, there’s some things I should have said to you First of all, every rapper need to bow to you As a fan man, I really am proud of you Second of all, I gotta say thanks You really did alot for my out of state banks With that being said, let's get down to the real I still don’t understand what went down with the deal And I been waiting on you just to give me the word You know, a couple nouns and a couple of verbs I do it for them girls that be flippin' the bird Tryna get up out the hood and get into the ‘burbs But everything you said, was it just pretend?

Maybe it was all a game like ESPN I don’t really care if they hate on you I be turning down meetings just to wait on you But what I don’t understand is why you told them you signed me If you wasn’t ready to get totally behind me I mean honestly, how could you deny me?

Today, the Mike Wi LL Made-It-produced song is finally here as Nicki Minaj tapped form Young Money capo Lil Wayne for the endeavor.

The Young Money royalty has just reunited on the remix to Nicki’s latest Queen single “Good Form,” and has been certified platinum.

The original version of “Good Form” appeared on Nicki’s most recent studio album, Queen.

The song instantly became a fan favorite, garnering many videos of Barbz dancing to it on social media.

It features additional rap vocals from hip hop artists Drake and Lil Wayne, and also features Chris Brown who sings the chorus of the song.