Nicki Minaj Preps 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded' for 2012 Valentine's Day
Nicki Minaj finally revealed her next studio project. The rapstress informed her Twitter followers about the upcoming album on November 22. She initially planned to make the announcement next week, but rushed it to Tuesday night to celebrate the anniversary of her chart-busting debut album "Pink Friday".
"Pink Friday : ROMAN RELOADED will be released on Valentines Day, 2012. Heeeee's baaaacccckkkkk," she excitedly tweeted before adding, "Its not called Roman Reloaded. Its called PINK FRIDAY : ROMAN RELOADED!!!!!! 4 WORDS!!!! Love u guys soooo much!!! VALENTINES DAY bii****hh!"
Minaj was originally set to announce the album via Ustream, but canceled it due to bad internet connection. "Ugh!!!! The internet on the set s**kssss!!!!!" the Young Money femcee apologized. "Ok I'm just gonna tweet it barbz." Having no intention to disappoint her fans, she then promised, "I'll try to ustream later. So sorry."
Earlier this year, the "Super Bass" singer had already given a hint she might let her alter ego, Roman Zolanski, to decide the direction of her next project. "Roman ... possibly," she said back then before quickly adding, "But I never give away all my secrets." She, however, assured, "My best work is ahead of me, not behind me. Stay tuned. It's gonna be epic."
The release date for the album has also been previously hinted by Cash Money co-CEO and founder Birdman. He told MTV, "Maybe this year? I don't know." He added, "We're really thinking it out. But she's in the studio, and we're looking real soon, because she's ready to go and we're ready to go with her."
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