Nicki Minaj knows how female rappers electrify fans, after all she used to be a fan herself. "I know I was always excited by whatever female was hot at the time, " Nicki Minaj says. Today, millions of fans are now saying the same thing about Nicki Minaj, part comic, part sex symbol and all-the-way lyrical assassin. She has everyone talking about her fiery verse on Kanye West's "Monster" which also features Jay-Z and her infectious, stand-out appearances alongside Lil Wayne ("Knockout"), Usher ("Lil Freak"), Trey Songz ("Bottoms Up"), Robin Thicke ("Shakin' It 4 Daddy"), Sean Kingston ("Letting Go"), Christina Aguilera ("WooHoo") and as a member of Young Money among many others, have catapulted the Queens, New York entertainer to the forefront of the music industry. Her appeal is undeniabley intoxicating, which is why her very first single "Your Love" from her debut PINK FRIDAY hit number one on the Billboard Rap Charts, which was last achieved by a female hip-hop artist since 2003. This flurry of success has cast Nicki in a unique position with the release of PINK FRIDAY, which features production from heavy-hitters will. I. am and Swizz Beatz amongst others.