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Her Minajesty Joins Alicia Keys In The Inferno As A Girl On Fire! Listen HERE!

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Leave the Girl outta' this!

THIS SONG is on FIRE!

Alicia Keys is clearly coming back HARD and taking names for her upcoming album, Girl On Fire, and for its title track, she has enlisted the help of none other than Nicki Minaj!

Give a listen to the pair on the Inferno Version (above)!

We just ADORE hearing the singer's voice soar over the thumping beat, and combined with Her Minajesty's surprising level of restraint in her rap verses, we're more than a little confident that this is a sure-fire SMASH!

OH man! We're obsessed!

What do U think? Who else is excited for this album to drop at the end of November?!

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6 comments to “Her Minajesty Joins Alicia Keys In The Inferno As A Girl On Fire! Listen HERE!”

  1. krissy says – reply to this


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    I LOVE LOVE Alicia! I know Ill be punished for saying this, but i cant stand Nicki Minaj. I just feel like she resembles Lil Kim way to much, in her sound, her extreme-ness. Lil Kim should just swoop in and take all her projects and rise again! Just sayin'



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    Like the song, but Alicia Keys is talented enough on her own she doesn't need Nicki Minaj to amplify the track. Enough with the "featuring" songs, it's over done.

  3. ryan says – reply to this


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    I was getting excited about this pair, then I heard Nicki was voting Republican!WTfilth!



  4. 4

    This song has also been released without Nicki Minaj and as a reworked, House of Blues-vibed version entitled "Girl On Fire (Blue Light Version)." I do like Nicki, but I think this version of the song is completely unnecessary. If the version with Nicki had reworked, radio-friendly production, it would at least serve the purpose of giving Alicia a better shot at getting a major hit out of this song. Just tacking Nicki onto the song isn't likely to give it enough of a sales/radio play boost to really matter, though. I doubt this will become anything more than a minor hit, but I do give Alicia credit for sticking to her guns and not "pulling a Maroon 5" (translation: enlisting Max Martin, Shellback, and/or Benny Blanco for surefire Top 10 dance-pop production) just to get the kids and young adults interested in her music. It's just hard for me to believe the woman who was able to discard "Ghettoman" from her debut album because there was no room for it is behind this song. I miss the Alicia Keys that was more organic, with rich, nuanced harmonies and jazz-inspired piano-playing.



  5. 5

    I'm very excited for it to drop in November. I'll be one of the first to purchase it with whichever version. I'm really loving the original version with just Alicia's voice but the rap isn't that bad. Nicki seemed to do a good job, I just don't like the mix. Bless Ms Alicia for giving us such beautiful music to enjoy. I know it's from the heart and it is very much appreciated. Continued blessings to Alicia and her family always.

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