Nicki Minaj went through a lot of emotions when recording her new track 'Pills N Portions', taking from her new album 'The Pink Print'.
Nicki Minaj went through a lot of emotions when recording her new track 'Pills N Portions'.
The 'Starships' hitmaker, who releases her new song tomorrow (21.05.14), taken from her latest album 'The Pink Print', experienced a lot of different feelings in the studio.
She said: ''It sounds like urgency, it sounds like betrayal, it sounds like running, it sounds like fainting, it sounds like love, it sounds like ahhh.
''It feels very uplifting and it feels very soulful. It's a great indicator of what 'The Pink Print' will feel like in terms of the storyline of that song.
'''The Pink Print' will remind people why they fell in love with Nicki Minaj and I think that needs to be done.''
The singer and actress is ''very excited'' about the new record and claims she turned down a lot of features this year because she wanted to focus on her solo material.
The 31-year-old superstar, who was born in Trinidad, has also promised fans she's going back to her hip-hop roots with her new album, the follow-up to 2012's successful 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded'.
She added to radio station Power 106: ''I think I kind of start from scratch, almost re-introduce myself again.
''I know people know me. I wanted to remind them of where I came from.''
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