Nicki Minaj Pink Friday Track List, Album Reviews and Videos
Nicki Minaj's New Album Pink Friday Has Been Released
This is Minaj's debut album, which also features Eminem, Kanye West, Drake, Rihanna, will.i.am and Natasha Bedingfield.
The full track list for Pink Friday is:
- I'm The Best
- Roman's Revenge (featuring Eminem)
- Did It On 'Em
- Right Thru Me
- Fly (featuring Rihanna)
- Save Me
- Moment 4 Life (featuring Drake)
- Check It Out (featuring will.i.am)
- Blazin (featuring Kanye West)
- Here I Am
- Dear Old Nicki
- Your Love
- Last Chance (featuring Natasha Bedingfield)
- Super Bass
- Blow Ya Mind
- Girls Fall Like Dominoes [Bonus Track]
The reviews for the album are mixed, but fans love Minaj so she will have no trouble selling millions of copies we're sure.
The LA Times said:
Switching accents, hair colors and musical styles, Minaj has absorbed a little something from most every bombastic female in the last 30 years of pop on her debut album, “Pink Friday.”
“Pink Friday” shows Minaj is on the cusp — considering her facility with accents, she could be the perfect person to find a new patois, one that’s built of separate musical languages but without breaking any of them down. Or she could get caught in the net, punished by the relentless category police or her own doubt of how far she can roam. But one thing is for certain: she’s got the fight and the imagination on her side — and a good neon wig never hurt a girl either.
Entertainment Weekly said:
Oddly enough, the accented voices and self-assured rhymes that propelled Nicki to stardom are hardly what make this a solid album. It’s those moments when the eccentric wigs are off and aliases put away that the best songs are revealed. Like when she steps off of her throne, vulnerable and helpless on “Save Me,” uncovering a talent she kept hidden throughout her sidekick days
It’s not particularly eloquent, to be sure. But the way she delivers – whether delicately as Harajuku Barbie, in that crap cockney accent, the Islands raga or best as the crazy-eyed, hardnosed Queens native -- is like shooting a little thrill up your spine right after she blows you a kiss or calms her feathers for “Moment 4 Life” or “Save Me.” It’s fine to have range, but having multiple personalities doesn’t mean you can’t have one at all. “Your Love,” the breakout single that sizzled in cars all summer, is an example of pushing for a commercial sound while still retaining those clever, slick idiosyncrasies, but on this set (and on its original mixtape) it proved to be an exception, not the rule. Minaj should just devote her tracks to rapping her ass off – she doesn’t keep those nails long just because they look good.
Have you bought Pink Friday? What do you think about it?