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In the clip, which is a quick 42 seconds, water is heard trickling as a damp and dark brick-lined cell is shown. A woman, most likely the Young Money rhymer, is decked out in a pair of designer shoes and saunters her way through the dimly lit space. As her footsteps echo, she drags an axe along the floor.
Guetta makes an appearance, wearing a mechanical eye contraption, looking like a mad scientist. Minaj rides on a galloping horse in one scene, appears flashing her eyes wide open, as if she's just come alive, in another and stands hidden in the shadows with fire blazing behind her in yet another.
'Turn Me On' sits on David Guetta's fifth studio album, 'Nothing But the Beat,' released last year. Minaj will debut her sophomore LP, 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded,' April 3.
Watch Nicki Minaj and David Guetta's 'Turn Me On' Video Teaser