The People’s Princess has a new crown, and it comes from her collab with music industry veteran and rap legend Nicki Minaj. Billboard released its weekly Hot 100 chart on Monday, and Ice Spice snagged two spots in the top 10.

Rappers Nicki Minaj and Isis “Ice Spice” Gaston reached the top of the Digital Song Sales chart this week with their joint single “Princess Diana” (Remix). Re-released as a remix with new vocals by Minaj, the new collaboration has become a massive hit.

According to Revolt, “Princess Diana” (Remix) is a first for two co-billed women in the list’s 34-year history, with the collaboration reaching a historic No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Songs chart. At No. 10 was her single “Boy’s A Liar, Pt. 2” with PinkPantheress.


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“Princess Diana” (Remix) was released as part of Ice Spice’s Like..? EP in January. Minaj joined for the remix thereafter. The 40-year-old rapper announced the “Munch” hitmaker had signed a partnership with her and her new label on “Queen Radio,” with the “Princess Diana” (Remix) being the first project under that deal. The song dropped on April 14.

Not long after its release, the track debuted on iTunes’ top five and quickly reached No. 1. The rapping duo came out four days later with six different versions of the viral track, as well as the 23-year-old’s original solo cut.

Minaj was one of the first to congratulate the up-and-coming rapper on the momentous occasion. The fellow New Yorker went on Twitter to announce the feat.

“Y’all,” Minaj told fans. “Two songs in the top 10 is crazy! Congratulations! Princess Ice Spice. ‘Princess Diana.’ Barbz. Munchkins. Stay tuned. Love you guys so much.”

“Thanks, queen. We eatin’ good tonight!” Spice retweeted the message, replying to her mentor.

In a separate tweet, the 23-year-old spoke about the success of her song with Minaj.

“I can [die] happy now,” she tweeted.

The massive accomplishment is a feat in and of itself for the Bronx rapper, who emerged onto the rap scene less than a year ago. Congrats to the Queen of Rap and the People’s Princess!