Automatic

Album: Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (2012)
  • This Euro-ready feel-good party anthem finds Minaj singing about the automatic way a body moves on the dance floor. "I can't control the way I'm moving hips, bet you never ever seen it like this, I'm a monster on the floor I can't quit," she sings.
  • The lyric, "falling like a domino," is not the first time that Minaj has referenced the toppling of the collective gaming pieces. The song "Girls Fall Like Dominoes" was a track on the UK edition of her debut album, Pink Friday.

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