Nicki Minaj is one busy lady. Just one week after dropping her scandalous "Anaconda" music video and a few days after storming the MTV Video Music Awards for two talked-about performances (and a wardrobe malfunction!), the rapper is lending her rhymes and her dance moves to Usher's new "She Came to Give It to You" music video. 

The visuals to the pair's single, which they performed at the VMAs, debuted late Tuesday, Aug. 26. Usher teased the sexy video before its release, hyping the production by Pharrell Williams and writing that he was "grateful" for the project. 

"She Came to Give It to You" opens with Ush, 35, walking the city streets and entering an electronics store. As he is shown on surveillance, he makes his way through the store under the watchful eyes of Williams. 

Because it wouldn't be an Usher video without some killer dance moves, the Grammy winner then takes a stage in a hidden venue, crooning and breaking it down with a band and various female suitors. 

Minaj, 31, enters the video midway, walking the same path as she spits, "Five plus five what they call that? Ten / Out in Japan we be counting that, Yen / Ladies who you trying get it popping with? Men / No little boys in the circle of Usher / Got em under pressure / When your girl come through Nicki gon' crush her."

"She Came to Give It to You" is the first single off of Usher's upcoming eighth studio album, which is rumored to be called UR. The album is expected to be released this fall and is hyped as the entertainer's return to "timeless" R&B music.

Watch the "She Came to Give It to You" video above!