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The Pinkprint opens with "All Things Go" a "chiffony" synthrap song with a pop-influenced sung-rap chorus, and lyrically sees Minaj rapping "openly and emotionally" about the challenges of fame and money.[1] In the song, Minaj discusses how someone proposed to her as she was beginning to break through in 2006, as well as veiled references to a rumored abortion she had as a teenager in lyrics such as "my child with Aaron would’ve been 16 any minute". Other topics touched on include her desire to finish her career and have children in the upcoming years, and the strained relationships she has with her own family members.[2] "I Lied" is a pop and R&B slow jam and has been labeled "radio-friendly".[3][4] "Feeling Myself" is a G-funk song, described as a blend of Texas, New York and California influences, in which Minaj "shows she still has the quick tongue and bawdy humor of old" and features lyrical allusions to the female G-spot.[3][4]


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