While The Pinkprint is clearly the most personal and emotional album Nicki Minaj has ever released, she still knows how to pump out radio-ready tracks. A possible single down the road, “Favorite” brings out the feel good hit-maker in Minaj.
While relatively simplistic compared to many of the other tracks on Minaj’s third album, “Favorite” provides a much needed gap between the plethora of deep tracks. Jeremih joins Minaj on “Favorite” for one of his two features on the album but it is Nicki’s versatility which makes this joint a must listen.
Listen to “Favorite” below.
While her singles have been climbing the charts and earning sales, Nicki Minaj‘s The Pinkprint is more about the deep cuts which make this the best work of Minaj’s career. She clearly understands this as well, giving four of these tracks the time they deserve on “The Pinkprint (Short Film)”.
An all original, 16-minute cinematic journey through Minaj’s emotions, “The Pinkprint (Short Film)” shows the growth in this lady’s game. Highlighting four of the most personal tracks on her album, “All Things Go”, “The Crying Game”, “I Lied” and “Grand Piano”, “The Pinkprint (Short Film)” hides nothing and brings the viewer deep inside the real Nicki Minaj.
Watch the official video for “The Pinkprint (Short Film)” below.
After the huge success of “Bang Bang”, everyone knew it was only a matter of time before Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande teamed up again. That moment has come now with the release of The Pinkprint as this fierce duo tells their men to “Get On Your Knees”.
Easily one of the most anticipated tracks from Minaj’s third album, “Get On Your Knees” brings out the freak in both the Young Money queen and Grande. And while Nicki once again proves she can talk dirty with the best of them, it’s Grande’s increasingly mature content, all be most of it through association, which shines on “Get On Your Knees”.
Listen to “Get On Your Knees” below.
After pumping out three consecutive well-performing single to promote Trigga, Trey Songz took a brief hiatus from his most recent album. But now Trey has returned with the long awaited video for “Touchin, Lovin” to bring back hype.
What seemed like the obvious choice for Songz’s next hit, “Touchin, Lovin” has proved to be just that. In reality, when you combine a hot beat, ridiculously catchy lyrics and a dope verse from Nicki Minaj, it would have been surprising if “Touchin, Lovin” didn’t live up to the hype.
Watch the official video for “Touchin, Lovin” below.
With the first three single from The Pink Print, Nicki Minaj has covered all basis. She slowed it down on “Pills N Potions”, rocked the radio with “Anaconda” and brought serious bars for “Only”. Now she is bringing it full circle on “Bed of Lies”.
Teased by Nicki during her hosting gig at the EMA’s, “Bed of Lies” continues the string of strong performances from the queen of rap. However, she shares the spotlight this time around with Skylar Grey who provides yet another standout chorus which has clearly become her niche.
Listen to “Bed of Lies” below.
She has been riding high on her highest charting single to date. But now it is time for Nicki Minaj to put “Anaconda” behind and continue pushing towards The Pink Print the “Only” way she knows how. With yet another hit.
With her album’s first two singles taking care of her pop-crazed fans, it was time for Nicki to take care of the hip-hop crowd. With “Only” she did just that by bringing in Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown to join her in creating one huge track which will hold over listeners until The Pink Print‘s December release date.
Listen to “Only” below.
They hopped up on the scene with a Mike Will Made It beat and all of a sudden Rae Sremmurd‘s name was floating around the hip-hop world. After seemingly every rapper did their own take on their first big hit, it is finally Sremmurd’s turn to do the “No Flex Zone (Remix)”.
The time has finally come for Rae Sremmurd to retake their summer smash which has made them stars. With brand new verses from Nicki Minaj and Pusha T, the “No Flex Zone (Remix)” has certainly bolstered the original into something even Rae Sremmurd never expected.
Listen to “No Flex Zone (Remix)” below.