Karol G and Nicki Minaj team up in the glamorous video for 'Tusa'

After clarifying her retirement plans, Nicki Minaj has returned with a bilingual song with the Colombian sensation.

Produced by Ovy on the Drums, "Tusa" marks the first collaboration between the two chart-toppers, who have reportedly been messaging privately on Instagram before working together in the studio.

"[The collaboration] came into my life unexpectedly and I wanted to keep it like that for my fans. The collaboration and the song means more to me than I can put into words. I hope everyone enjoys 'Tusa' as much as Nicki and I did creating it!" Karol G said in a statement.

"Tusa" also arrived with a pink-infused accompanying video, directed by Mike Ho, who previously helmed the visual for Minaj's "Hard White."

The glamorous visual finds the two vocalists partying in a luxurious mansion to get over a heartache following a breakup -- or "tusa" in Colombian slang -- as Rolling Stone noted.

"Don't try to get your friends to come holla, holla/Ayo, I used to lay low/I wasn't in the clubs, I was on my J.O/Until I realized you a epic fail," Minaj raps in her guest verse.

"Tusa" is Karol G's first new material since the release of her second studio album, "Ocean," last May. The full-length notably reached the No.2 spot on Billboard's chart for Top Latin Albums.

Meanwhile, Minaj recently collaborated with Ariana Grande and Normani for "Bad to You", which appears on the soundtrack for the new "Charlie's Angels."

Earlier this year, the "Anaconda" rapper announced her retirement from music to start a family in a now-deleted tweet.

She has since clarified her comments, explaining that the announcement was in reference to her long-awaited fifth studio album that might never see the light of day.

"It was really about the fifth album. Where do I stand with it now? I didn't know my fans would act like that with the tweet. It hurt my feelings because I feel like the way I did it was maybe insensitive to my fans. But I didn't think people were going to take it -- I didn't know it was going to be that big of a deal, so that's why I deleted it," she told The Shade Room.

In the meantime, discover Minaj and Karol G's new video for "Tusa":