Nicki Minaj is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her classic album ‘Pink Friday.’
It’s been almost a decade since the ‘Super Bass’ hitmaker released her debut album ‘Pink Friday,’ which dropped on November 22, 2010, and the singer is continuing to give her fans a reason to celebrate one of her biggest achievements.
The 21-track set reportedly spawned several hits and bagged top spot on the Billboard 200 becoming the highest-selling hip-hop female debut.
Reflecting on the milestone, Nicki Minaj took to Twitter to tease her fans about some sort of a “virtual celebration” ahead of ‘Pink Friday’s’ fast approaching anniversary.
“Barbz, Friday is the 10 year anniversary of Pink Friday. Get your outfits ready for the virtual celebration,” she wrote.
Barbz, Friday is the 10 year anniversary of Pink Friday. 🥺🦄 get your outfits ready for the virtual celebration. 🎀— Mrs. Petty (@NICKIMINAJ) November 19, 2020
She also shared a short teaser clip on her Instagram, writing “Happy 10-year Anniversary #PinkFriday… thank you guys for the support you showed this album. So grateful… Love you.”
Nicki Minaj also dropped a super-deluxe version of the album, titled ‘Pink Friday: The Complete Edition,’ featuring eight new bonus tracks on Friday (Nov.20). The surprise release includes ‘Girls Fall Like Dominoes,’ ‘BedRock’ featuring Young Money & Lloyd, and an alternate version of ‘Roman’s Revenge’ that swaps out Eminem for Lil Wayne, reports Billboard.
On the occasion of her breakout record’s anniversary, Twitter reportedly gave Nicki Minaj a special music emoji.
Meanwhile, Minaj is said to be working on her highly-anticipated fifth studio album.
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