Pink Friday

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Pink Friday
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 19, 2010 (2010-11-19)
Recorded2009–2010
Genre
Length50:46
Label
Producer
Nicki Minaj chronology
'Beam Me Up Scotty
(2009)
Pink Friday 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded
(2012)

Pink Friday is the first studio album by Trinidadian-American rapper Nicki Minaj. It was released on November 19, 2010, by Young Money, Cash Money and Universal Motown. The album was re-released as a deluxe CD and featured the hit single "Super Bass".

Track listing[change | change source]

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Pink Friday.[1]

Pink Friday – Standard version
No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "I'm the Best"  Kane Beatz 3:37
2. "Roman's Revenge" (featuring Eminem)
Swizz Beatz 4:38
3. "Did It On'em"  
Bangladesh 3:32
4. "Right Thru Me"  
  • Maraj
  • Stephen Hacker
  • Andrew Theilk
Drew Money 3:56
5. "Fly" (featuring Rihanna)
3:32
6. "Save Me"  
  • Maraj
  • Warren Felder
  • Andrew Wansel
  • Oak
  • Pop Wansel
3:05
7. "Moment 4 Life" (featuring Drake)
T-Minus 4:39
8. "Check It Out" (with will.i.am)will.i.am 4:11
9. "Blazin'" (featuring Kanye West)
Drew Money 5:02
10. "Here I Am"  
  • Maraj
  • Dean
  • Williams
  • Robbie Bronnimann
  • Swizz Beatz
  • John B
2:55
11. "Dear Old Nicki"  
  • Maraj
  • Johnson
Kane Beatz 3:53
12. "Your Love"  
  • Maraj
  • David Freeman
  • Joseph Hughes
  • Wansel
  • Felder
  • Oak
  • Pop Wansel
4:05
13. "Last Chance" (featuring Natasha Bedingfield)
Drew Money 3:51
Sample credits
  • "Check It Out" samples "Video Killed the Radio Star" performed by The Buggles, and elements and samples of "Think (About It)" written by James Brown, performed by Lyn Collins.
  • "Blazin" samples "Don't You (Forget About Me)", written by Keith Forsey and Steve Schiff, as performed by Simple Minds.
  • "Here I Am" samples "Red Sky" by John B and Shaz Sparks.
  • "Your Love" samples "No More I Love You's" by Annie Lennox.
  • "Girls Fall Like Dominoes" samples "Dominos" written by The Big Pink, and "Trailar Load a Girls" written by Cleveland Browne, Greville Gordon and Whycliffe Johnson.

References[change | change source]

  1. Pink Friday (Media notes). Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records, Universal Motown. 2010.