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Album: The Pinkprint (2014)
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  • Minaj remind her rivals on this brag rap tune of some of the accomplishments during her career.

    Who had Eminem on the first album?
    Who had Kanye saying, 'She a problem'?
    Who the f--k in the game made her own cologne?
    Who made Lil Wayne give 'em five million?

    The rapper goes to question why she has to point out all of her milestones to her doubters.
  • The song was produced by Metro Boomin and rapper/producer and reality show star Yung Berg. The Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood cast member goes by the name Hitmaka when he's behind the boards. Berg also worked on the Prinkprint tracks "Favorite," "Buy a Heart" and "Shanghai."
  • Jeremih croons the hook. The R&B singer also provided guest vocals on another Pinkprint track, "Favorite."
  • NBA star Dwyane Wade has had numerous shout-outs on rap cuts, but the one that Nicki Minaj gives here got the Chicago Bulls shooting guard truly excited. "The first time my wife, Gabrielle Union, and I heard us together [on a song] was when Nicki Minaj was like, 'They want that Union, they want that D-Wade,'" he told Genius. "That was our first song together as a couple. So we put it out on Instagram and we were playing it. It was just dope. She always says, 'No mainstream artists ever put me in their songs as a punchline.'"
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