27 Songs, 1 Hour 41 Minutes


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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
376 Ratings
376 Ratings
aj b1996 ,

The Re Up of Nicki's Career

Up in Flames 5/5- This is on of the Best on the Album
Freedom 5/5 - Awesome and speechless
Hell Yeah 5/5 - Really Great
I’m High School 3.5/5 Ok really don’t Lil Wayne Part
I’m Legit 5/5- The Best of the Album
I Endorse these Strippers 1/5 - the worst of the whole album
The Boys 4/5- Really cool
Va Va Voom 5/5 - A really awesome song!

Roman Holiday 4/5 - Awesome and funny.
Come on a Cone 4/5 - Really Cool
I Am Your Leader 3/5 - Its good until she stops rapping
Beez in the Trap 5/5 - Love this song!!! This is a Highlight of the Album.
HOV Lane 5/5 - She is in the HOV Lane
Roman Reloaded 3/5 - I like it but not Lil Wayne Part.
Champion 5/5 - She is a Champion of the Rappers!
Right By My Side- 5/5 - a really good love song.
In the Lounge 2/5 - a stupid song
Starships 5/5 - I love this song it is a Highlight of the album.
Pound the Alarm 5/5 - I love this song it is a Highlight of the album.
Whip It- 5/5 - I love this song it is a Highlight of the album.
Automatic 5/5 - I love this song it is a Highlight of the album.
Beautiful Sinner - 4/5 Really good
Young Forever 5/5 - I love this song it is a Highlight of the album.
Fire Burns 5/5 - I love this song it is a Highlight of the album.
Gun Shot 4/5 - A really cool song
Stupid Hoe 3/5 - A Stupid Song

Shane-Wesley ,


Amazing just amazing her best yet!! Just wish Masquerade was on it!!!

MarkStephenRay ,

Amazing !

Once again .. Nicki has done it !!

About Nicki Minaj

Few artists have impacted 21st century rap like Nicki Minaj. Born Onika Tanya Maraj in Trinidad and Tobago in 1982 but raised mostly in Queens, Minaj attended Manhattan’s prestigious LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts (the inspiration for the movie Fame) before trying to make it as an actor— a past evidenced by the deep performative streak that runs through her music today. Turning to rap in her twenties, Minaj quickly became one of the brightest stars in Lil’ Wayne’s Young Money universe. Her work—shapeshifting, ferocious, cartoonish, and often filled with oddball voices and alter egos—is as capable of breaking hearts (“Super Bass”) as it is detaching heads (her breakout verse on Kanye West’s 2010 “Monster,” in which she arguably outshined both West and fellow guest Jay-Z). Minaj’s electrifying presence has also made her a secret weapon in the pop world, where she's just as likely to share credits with David Guetta and Justin Bieber as Ludacris and Future. On top of her own success, Minaj helped rap—and rap audiences—look past narratives of gritty realism for something fluid and playful, but no less genuine or powerful. Railing against the double standard faced by women in entertainment, the outspoken Minaj once told MTV, “You have to be a beast. That’s the only way they respect you.”

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobag
December 8, 1984




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