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I Ain't Thru cover
Keyshia Cole
Calling All Hearts
Features Nicki Minaj
Genre R&B, Hip Hop
Length 3:59
Label Geffen, Interscope
Writer Keyshia Cole
Onika Maraj
Russel Gonzalez
Producer The ARE
Ron Fair
Single information
Single release December 7, 2010
Video release November 12, 2010
←Last single
"Roman's Revenge"
(promotional)
Next single→
"Raining Men"

"I Ain't Thru" is a song by Keyshia Cole from her fourth studio album Calling All Hearts, which features guest vocals by Nicki Minaj. The song serves as the lead single from the album. It was written by Keyshia Cole, Russell Gonzalez, and Onika Maraj, and was produced by The ARE and Ron Fair. The song was officially released December 7, 2010, as a digital download. A music video was shot in Los Angeles, and premiered on November 12, 2010.

Music VideoEdit

Keyshia Cole - I Ain't Thru ft04:09

Keyshia Cole - I Ain't Thru ft. Nicki Minaj

Premiered November 12, 2010
Produced By Benny Boom
Length 4:09

StillsEdit


Minaj's VerseEdit


B-b-b-b-b bad bitch central
Check my credentials
Motherfucking right, you know it's Nicki on the intro
And I'm even bitchier when I'm on my menstrual
You ain't even got a credit card for incidental
Basic insurance and it don't include dental
Dental, dental, yes bitch I'm mental
Plus I'm in the big boy and it's not a rental
Shit ain't sweet unless it's the presidential
Y-Y-Y-Y-You a mutt
Tell her quack quack, she a motherfucking duck, duck, goose
She a Saturday Night Live spoof
One thing the coupe never got: roof!
Yeah I took the spot she gone, poof!
Me and KC, deuce!
Stay fly, you can call me "have a safe flight"
And my wrist froze, stage fright

ChartsEdit

Chart (2012) Peak
position
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (Billboard) 54

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