Nicki Minaj took to Twitter on Monday to share a few of her streaming stats after Spotify shared its high 50 most streamed rap albums of all-time listing. The streaming platform did so in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of hip-hop. Along with her traditional undertaking, The Pinkprint, touchdown at No. 39, Minaj was one among solely two ladies to make the minimize. The opposite was Cardi B, who took the sixteenth spot along with her debut album, Invasion Of Privateness.
Whereas followers mentioned the placements on the listing, Nicki chimed in on Twitter by referencing the success of her 2022 single, “Tremendous Freaky Woman,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Sizzling 100. “Final rap tune to debut #1?” she requested. The final feminine artist to perform that feat earlier than Nicki was Lauryn Hill, who did so with “Doo Wop (That Factor)” in 1998.
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“Highest first week album gross sales second solely to Ms. Lauryn Hill,” Minaj wrote in one other tweet.. “Yikes. Pink Friday dropped 13 years in the past.” When a fan introduced up Minaj’s new collaboration with Lil Uzi Vert on the Pink Tape, “Countless Vogue,” she replied: “SAME!!! LETS GO. STREAMING RECEIPTS ALL DAY BARBZ. Beneath DUDS, UNDER EVERY THING. LETS GOOOOOO!!!! If now we have a sensible day I’ll provide you with a deal with.”