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Jul. 29 2013, Published 2:35 p.m. ET

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Miss Nicki Minaj just unveiled her latest frag via Twitter this am saying: "#Minajesty ~ The new fragrance coming this Fall."

This is the rapper's 2nd perfume (her first, Pink Friday, debuted in 2012 and was ranked as one of the top celeb launches of that year), which boosts a mix of fresh florals, draped in creamy vanilla and pure musks. The bottle is a NM style statement as well, featuring a mini Nicki doll wearing a red bustier and pink wig.

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Nicki also told fans, “#Minajesty smells like a passionate love affair. Mysterious and sexy. An unforgettable and hypnotizing scent.” Sounds like the essence of the star herself!

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More on the Notes:

MAJESTIC

The fragrance opens with a magnetic fresh spark of Juicy Peach, Red Currant and Lemon Blossom—a sultry, subtle sweetness.

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GLAMOUROUS

A rich sophistication of Magnolia and Pink Frangipani intermingles with a daring splash of Tiger Orchid in the heart.

CONFIDENT

Ending with Tonka and Fluffy Vanilla wrapped in an intoxicating White Musk, a timeless depth finishes the fragrance.

Minajesty will be available in the US in September 2013 at retailers nationwide and will also contain a body lotion and hair mist within the product line.

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What do you think of Nicki's latest fragrance? Are you excited to try it? Sound off in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine!

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