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Nicki Minaj says "Pink Friday 2" will be one of the "greatest albums of all time"

A photo of rapper Nicki Minaj the premiere of the movie "Barbie."
Nicki Minaj. (Shutterstock/Kathy Hutchins)

Nicki Minaj is confident that her upcoming fifth studio album "Pink Friday 2" will be a classic.

Addressing her fanbase, the "Barbz," on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter on Monday, Minaj wrote: "Dear Barbz, it just dawned on me; I am about to release one of the greatest albums of ALL TIME."

"Love always," she added.

Scheduled to drop on December 8, "Pink Friday 2" will be Minaj's first studio album in over five years.

Her last album, "Queen," released in August 2018.

"Pink Friday 2" is a sequel to Minaj's 2010 debut album "Pink Friday" and will include the singles “Super Freaky Girl,” “Red Ruby da Sleeze” and “Last Time I Saw You.”

"Super Freaky Girl" debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 upon its release last August, becoming the first solo female rap song to debut atop the chart this century.

In other Nicki Minaj news, the 40-year-old rapper recently responded to a Nigerian fan who had complained on X that Minaj's 2024 tour was not coming to her country.

"Once again African barbz bite dust. Oh well," wrote Minaj fan Ramat Victory alongside a screenshoot of Minaj's tour dates.

Minaj replied to Victory, urging her to sign her city up on the tour's website.

"Abeg sign up where it says 'if you don't see your city' so that when I get to Africa your city/country will be there," she wrote.

After Victory replied saying that she would go and sign her city up, Minaj then responded again, this time in Pidgin – a mixture of English and local languages used in Nigeria.

"Naija no de carry last" Minaj wrote, meaning "Nigeria never comes last."


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