LITERALLY STOP YOUR ENTIRE LIFE AND SIT THE FUCK DOWN: THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
I first discovered Nicki Minaj back in December of 2009 through a promotional video for “Itty Bitty Piggy,” one of the tracks off of Minaj’s 2009 mixtape, Beam Me Up Scotty.
Gum snapping, eyes rolling, breasticles ready to burst from her tight blouse at any given moment–I knew it was love at first sight.
Look, I remembered to do this again!
Here are the top five tracks of the week–and yes, there’s a repeat entry from last time. Deal with it.
Merry Easter, Muusers!
MuuMuse Approved Tracks for the Week of April 5, 2010
5. Paradiso Girls – Patron Tequila
An older song, yes. The burst of warm weather this week had me longing for some summer jams. When will these ladies get their act together and release their debut already? “Who want to get fucked up?” you ask? I DO, I DO.
4. Christina Aguilera – Not Myself Tonight
Sometimes I think it’s shit, and sometimes I find it to be amazing. In the end, it’s all about “And if you don’t like it, fuck you.” Defiance is an automatic win!
3. Sophie Ellis-Bextor – Bittersweet
A true disco gem, both modern and timeless. It’s set to become the official MuuMuse summer anthem of 2010!
2. Lindsay Lohan – Stuck
Electro-rock mixed with somewhat prophetic, true-to-life lyricism? Perfect. Everything about this song makes me salivate for her scrapped third studio album.
1. Nicki Minaj – Massive Attack (ft. Sean Garrett)
It’s barbie, bitches: Coming through like a big rocket launchuh, my beloved is poised to sweep the floor clean with her militant debut single. We got tom toms over here BIGGAH DEN A MONSTAH!
Attention all toy soldiers: Get your guns up–it’s time to attack!
Nicki Minaj has officially deployed her debut Sean Garrett-penned single, “Massive Attack,” to radio tonight.
The song is a full-on assault of marching bass and squealing synths as Minaj spits swifter and harder than ever before. It’s a stomper, it’s a monster…it’s Barbie, bitch!
I AM IN LOVE.
Feel unprepared to join the Harajuku Barbie Army? Don’t be a garbage patch kid–better check yourself with a quick read of the Nictionary.
It’s Harajuku Barbie time!
First up is the graphic novel-inspired video debut for “Roger That,” the Young Money collaboration track featuring Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, and Tyga. It’s a shame that so much of her verse was censored, but still…I’ll take it.
Note the (all-too-brief) glimpses of Minaj wearing Madge in the video. Brilliant, love her so much, etc. etc.
Secondly, in an interview with Rap-Up, Minaj revealed that her debut single will be a Sean Garrett produced track called “Massive Attack.” The whispers through the e-grapevine suggest that the song will premiere sometime in the next week.
Roger dat! Didja copy that, cuh cuh-copycat?!