Nick Jonas on Fifty Shades Darker song with Nicki Minaj: 'Many babies will be made to this soundtrack'
For those of you looking to get your 'babymaking' on, here is 'Bom Bidi Bom', by Nick Jonas and Nicki Minaj from Fifty Shades Darker:
The film itself may be opening to generally negative reviews, but it seems Fifty Shades Darker — the sequel to 2015's Fifty Shades of Grey — is scoring in the soundtrack department at least.
Fifty Shades Darker sees Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan reprise their roles as ingenue/submissive Anastasia Steele and millionaire/dom Christian Grey. However, the original's director (Sam Taylor-Johnson) has been replaced by James Foley in the sequel.
After its first track 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever', featuring Taylore Swift and Zayn Malik went viral on release, it is a new song by Nick Jonas and Nicki Minaj that is making its way up the charts.
Titled 'Bom Bidi Bom', the track has Nick Jonas singing sultrily of his bedroom skills with Nicki Minaj chiming in at the end with a rap about a man who can 'hit her bull's eye'.
And Jonas at least, seems super confident about the seductive quality of his track (and the others on the Darker OST) as he tweeted out this message: "I know many babies will be made to this soundtrack."
Okay then. For those of you looking to get your babymaking on, here is 'Bom Bidi Bom', by Jonas and Nicki Minaj:
Also watch: The official trailer for Fifty Shades Darker.
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