We have just several days before Nick Minaj's releases her new project 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded - The Re-Up,' so the Queen Barbz posted 30-second snippets of the five new tracks appearing on the collection.

The first song, 'Up in the Flames,' features Minaj cheekily referencing R. Kelly in her verse about being untouchable in the rap game. "Even Maury Povich couldn't test the kid / Even R. Kelly couldn't touch the kid / And even with all your bars you couldn't touch the kid," she spits.

The second tune 'Hell Yeah' features blaring guitars and tribal drums. The third song, 'High School,' sounds like a love ballad of sorts as Nicki brags about "her box" and how her boyfriend can't get enough of it.

On 'I'm Legit,' the Young Money starlet spits rapid-fire rhymes before slowing it down using a hashtag-rap flow. "I graduate with honors / I balled / Sinead O'Connor / I did a freestyle / And then I got a shout-out from Obamer," she raps alluding to her controversial Mitt Romney freestyle.

Finally, on the Tyga-assisted 'I Endorse These Strippers,' Minaj returns to the strip club and raps about, um, "boobs." The computer-blipping track sounds like a leftover from the 'Beez In the Trap' recording session. We're just saying.

As we previously reported, Minaj's 'Re-Up' album boasts seven new tracks, including the previously-released 'The Boys' and 'Freedom.' The collection also features the original 19 songs from her 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded' album. There's also a bonus DVD that contains backstage tour footage.

Nicki Minaj's 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded - The Re-Up' will hit stores on Nov. 19.

Listen to Snippets of Nicki Minaj's ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded — The Re-Up'