This Hit-Boy produced track finds Minaj at her most brash, as she brags about her record sales ("Pink Friday
, two milli; Super Bass
, triple plat") and the famous company she finds herself in ("When you see me on Ellen
, just admit that I'm winnin'). It is a return to her original brazenness, that originally showed up on such pre-fame tracks as "I Get Crazy "from her 2009 mixtape Beam Me Up, Scotty's
. "I always thought I could write pop songs for someone else or I could write R&B records for someone else, but I didn't think that people would accept me writing those type of songs and me singing them and just being who I am," Minaj told Complex
magazine. "And I guess that's the point... The goal is to not want their acceptance, the goal is to just do you and they'll come around."