Nicki Minaj is Here to Remind You Just How Amazing the 'Pinkprint' Album Is

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 02:  Rapper Nicki Minaj performs during Power 105.1 Powerhouse 2013 at Barclays Center on November 2, 2013 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.  (Photo by Michael Stewart/WireImage)

Nicki Minaj is Here to Remind You Just How Amazing the 'Pinkprint' Album Is

Looks like her "beef" paid off — literally.

Published March 14, 2017

Nicki Minaj is gearing up for another takeover, and is doing so on her own terms. However, while she revels in her recent accomplishments, such as her recent Remy Ma response, "No Frauds," snagging the #1 spot on iTunes and tying Aretha Franklin for most Hot 100 hits by a woman, it's only fitting for the rapper to remind everyone of another part of her legacy and influence too.

Taking to Instagram, Minaj big up'ed herself, while also thanking her fans for all of their support. As it turns out, the fact that Remy Ma came for her, igniting their beef with the 7-minute diss track, "ShETHER', ended up putting some serious money in the Pinkprint rapper's bank account.

In her post, Minaj shares the throwback photos of her album covers for Pink Friday and The Pinkprint, exclaiming that both projects have recently seen a dramatic increase in sales, likely from the rapper dominating headlines over the past month.

"Look @ God," she began. "Man I can't make this s**t up. Just got the official word that in the last week, #ThePinkprint went up 79% in SALES & #PinkFriday (AN ALBUM I RELEASED IN 2010) went up 81% in SALES!"

She then decided to add a subtle #funfact, reminding everyone that The Pinkprint still "holds the title as longest charting female rap album in the history of Billboard."

The rapper then thanked her fans and before signing off, adding a little promise regarding her highly anticipated new album.

"My fans are the absolute best," she concluded. "I love u guys so much. My new album will give you the most life you've ever received out of my catalogue."

Yup, sounds like it's about to game on — even more than it already has been. Take a look at Minaj reminding the music industry what's really good in the post below.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Michael Stewart/WireImage)


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