Pink Friday (Deluxe Version) [Explicit]

November 22, 2010 | Format: MP3

$11.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 22, 2010
  • Release Date: November 22, 2010
  • Label: Cash Money Records/Motown Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Cash Money Records Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:01:42
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B004BSAEQC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,171 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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140 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Seth J on November 25, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Really Quick Review : If you like the singles "Right Thru Me" "Check it Out" and "Your Love" than you will LOVE Pink Friday.

OK, the rest of it:
Just about every song here is made for Top 40 radio and there a number of well-known stars here whose purpose is to maximize hit potential. "Fly" has Rihanna, "Moment 4 Life" has Drake "Last Chance" has ...Natasha Bedingfield??

The trouble with this Black-Eyed-Appease-radio-friendly-appeal-to-every-demographic approach is that Nicki has superlative MC skills and a Missy-Gaga-like eccentricity and pairing her up with these poppy, sanitized tracks is akin to watching a former NFL linebacker compete on that Dancing Stars show. It's a round peg into a square hole.
Is Nicki an able MC? Of course she is -- you've heard her on "Lil Freak", the "Hello Good Morning" remix and, above all her verse on "Monster" which, as far I'm concerned, is reminiscent of Busta Rhymes on Tribe Called Quest's "Scenario" where he slaughtered everyone else on that track and set the foundation for his own solo stardom.

She's obviously influenced by off-kilter MC's like ODB and Missy, but someone (management, the record company?) is keeping her muzzled here with both the accents the "freaky" persona. And no doubt, you don't want her to get gimmicky, but that *is* a wide part of her appeal.

There's no "street" on this CD, no New York grit and grime, no real torque just a glossy sheen. And while she may not appreciate comparisons to Lil Kim or Foxy Brown, their first cds were triumphantly New York with rollicking, bouncy riddims and fat soulful beats.

I give this three stars, because even though it's not *my* taste, it is a professionally crafted cd. Hopefully her next cd is a little more freewheeling and lets more of her personality shine through.
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50 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Brian on November 29, 2010
Format: MP3 Music Verified Purchase
Thing is, when the hype surrounding you is so huge, being "good" isn't even good enough anymore. People begin to expect greatness every single time out and that's tough to do for any artist or professional at what they do. To a kid that has made straight A's their entire life, a B is almost seen as a failure in the eyes of some. You get the point. All in all, the album is decent. Stand out tracks for me.

Roman's Revenge - 5/5 - Slim Shady did his thing on this track. Roman held his own too. great hook.
Right Thru Me - 4/5 - Catchy. I'm sure a lot of chicks can relate.
Fly - 4.5/5 - Rihanna does an amazing job. Two solid verses from Nicki.
Save Me - 5/5 - Amazing Song. I can "feel" this song. Some songs do that to you. You just "feel" it.
Moment for life - 4.5/5 - is it me or is Drake killing every feature these days??? I have yet to hear a bad verse from him.
Check It Out - 4/5 - Fun dance song. Great verse from Nicki.

The other tracks are decent. 3-4 range. If I could more accurately rate the album, I would give it a 3.75 (4 for production and 3.5 for lyrics) due to the massive hype and praise. I was honestly expecting nothing less than perfection, but a B will do. Disregard any reviews that gave this album a 1. Cmon, be real, they couldn't have listened to the entire album. :-/
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Love Parc on November 29, 2010
Format: Audio CD
NO FRIGGIN WAY!!!!!....This is bubblegum rap @ its finest! Take a seat Nicki!...I am waiting on this girl to give us some LYRICAL substance. She rarely TALKS about anything and when she does her vocabulary won't let her use words REAL words, only made up ones that rhyme with whatever the hell she wants them to.I don't understand the hype surrounding this girl. Her whole career is a gimmick and she is riding this hype wave for as long as it will let her. Sure she has a pretty face,and maybe she's even mildly entertaining; she definitely keeps you guessing. The only problem is that I'm never EVER blown away once she finally presents the finished product. I feel sorry for the people who spent their money on the album. Ugghhhhhhhh...and the wait continues.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By THE MAN on November 30, 2010
Format: MP3 Music
Cmon, they couldn't give her a higher front money so she can invest in hotter beats? That's the problem with this album, beats are not HOTT!
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28 of 36 people found the following review helpful By thenegrologist on December 3, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Now, not necessarily everybody who states this album is great or amazing is lying, but those who judge it as so under it being a "hip hop" album are unequivocally wrong. This album is better suited among ex Nsync fans, Justin Bieber admirers, Lady Gaga fiends and such. If pop was the genre the five star reviewers critiqued it under, then you could be right in hailing it as great, I don't know the first thing about pop or what makes a good pop album. I just know pop when I hear it. But if you look closely you will see that this is listed under Rap and Hip Hop, which makes things VERY different indeed. In that respect, this album is a failure to the highest degree (artistically, not commercially). There is no vision, there are far too few moments of lyrical finesse (from the hip hop interpretation of lyrical finesse, not the pop), the production falls so far outside of hip hop that some may be ashamed to play this at high decibels. From start to finish, this does not sound like anything but corporate, sales, marketing, gimmicks, psychology and most heinously, disrespecting one of the few last true musical art forms by polluting it with the likes of this album. There are many people giving great reviews because, as another reviewer wrote, they attend the Church of Minaj. This is true. There is nothing she can do that they will disagree with. Fans are a thing of the past. Now we have worshippers and disciples which is frightening for quality control within the industry, but great for the idols and labels. Also there are many people who simply want to see her fail and dish out harsh reviews. While they may be right on this album (it is dreadful as a hip hop album) wishing failure is what gives the teenagers incentive to yell hater as if its a war cry. To conclude, if you know good hip hop and are looking for just that, KEEP AWAY. But if you are open to pop music, Nicki may have what you are looking for.
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