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Nicki Minaj
Pink Friday
Released November 22, 2010 (album)
April 11, 2011 (digital)
April 13, 2011 (radio)
Format On album, digital download
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Length 3:43
Label Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Motown
Writer Nicki Minaj
Jonathan Rotem
Millo Cordell
Robbie Furze
Single information
Single release April 11, 2011
Video release
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iTunes' Pink Friday (Deluxe Edition) track listing
"Girls Fall Like Dominoes" is track number 17.
Previous track
"Muny"
Next track
Japanese Pink Friday (Deluxe Edition) track listing
"Girls Fall Like Dominoes" is track number 19.
Previous track
"Catch Me"
Next track
"BedRock"
British Pink Friday Re-Release track listing
"Girls Fall Like Dominoes" is track number 14.
Previous track
"Last Chance"
Next track
"Roman's Revenge"
British Pink Friday (Super Bass Edition) track listing
"Girls Fall Like Dominoes" is track number 14.
Previous track
"Last Chance"
Next track
"Super Bass"

"Girls Fall Like Dominoes" is a song by Nicki Minaj, serving as the sixth single from her debut album Pink Friday. The song was only included on the iTunes, Japanese, and two British deluxe versions of the album, and is the sixth bonus track over all. The chorus is sampled from "Dominos", a 2009 single by British indie rock band The Big Pink. "Girls Fall Like Dominoes" was originally released as an iTunes Store bonus track on her debut album; however it was released later included on all editions of the album in the United Kingdom on March 11, 2011. The single was released on April 11, 2011 in Australia. It was released on April 15, 2011 as the fourth UK single after "Moment 4 Life".

The song was written by Nicki Minaj herself, J. R. Rotem, Robbie Furze, Millo Cordell, Cleveland Browne, Greville Gordon and Wycliffe Johnson, and was produced by J. R. Rotem. The song also contains interpolations of "Trailar Load a Girls." Lyrically, the song contains a strong feminist side to it, as Minaj implies that she can take fans away from other rappers (such as Lil Wayne and Drake). She also names divas. After the release of the track, it debuted at number thirty-two, in the United Kingdom. The song gained positive reviews from critics; with one describing the song as having a "youthful glean" and another saying that "fellas should be warned."

Chart PerformanceEdit

"Girls Falls like Dominoes" first charted on the UK Singles Charts at #54, and in the UK Urban chart at 12. In its second week it appeared at #32 and #8, becoming Minaj's third UK Top 40 single, and second Top 10 UK Urban song. A week later, the single charted at #24. The song debuted at number ten on the UK R&B Chart, marking her fourth top 30 urban single. The single gained a new peak on the UK R&B Chart, peaking at number eight. The single also debuted at #50 on the Irish Singles Charts, peaking at 28, her third top 40 single in that country. Girls Fall Like Dominoes also charted in Scotland, charting at #27, making it her second top 30 single in that country also.

Chart (2011) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA) 99
Australia Urban (ARIA) 30
New Zealand (RIANZ) 13
Ireland (IRMA) 28
Scotland (Official Charts Company) 27
UK R&B (Official Charts Company) 8
UK Singles (Official Charts Company) 24

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