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Not to be confused with Sucka Free '08 or Sucker Free.
Sucka Free
Sucka Free cover
Mixtape by Nicki Minaj
Released April 12, 2008
Recorded 2007 - 2008
Genre Hip hop
Label Be Records
Producer Lil Wayne
Nicki Minaj chronology
Playtime is Over cover Sucka Free cover Beam Me Up Scotty cover
(2007) (2008) (2009)

Sucka Free is Nicki Minaj's second mixtape. It was released on April 12, 2008 with Young Money Entertainment and Dirty Money Records. In the making, Nicki worked with many artists such as Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Jadakiss, and Ransom. Lil Wayne appeared on 8 of 23 tracks.

The mixtape helped to get Minaj noticed and create an underground fan base. Critics gave the tape very positive reviews, citing that "Autobiography" was the best track and credited Minaj's writing skills.

Background Edit

Just after Minaj’s previous mixtape, Playtime Is Over, which was released in 2007 Minaj released "Sucka Free" with label mate Lil Wayne after he discovered her on the Queens-made DVD series called The Come Up. Lil Wayne mentored Nicki in the making of the tape, helping her while she continues her rap career.

CoverEdit

The cover of this tape shows Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne at a podium in front of a red curtain being interviewed by XXL Magizine and MTV. Nicki is wearing a gold-colored necklace and gold-colored earings wearing a halfway buttoned down red shirt and wearing striped pants similar to the one she is wearing in on cover of the Playtime Is Over mixtape. Lil Wayne is wearing a red garment with a silver watch and silver chains with a black hat with the Young Money logo on it.

Critics noticed that Nicki used the same posing style in promo photographs for the mixtape as her fellow rival female-rapper, Lil' Kim, from her promo shot for Kim’s album Hard Core. This was a small spark on the beginning of the Nicki Minaj and Lil' Kim beef, which started to take off in 2010.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Length
1. "President Carter Speaks (Skit)"   1:09
2. "Sunshine" (featuring Lil Wayne) 3:18
3. "Set It Off"   2:15
4. "Brraaattt" (featuring Ransom) 2:43
5. "Higher Than a Kite" (featuring Lil Wayne) 2:36
6. "Grindin"   2:20
7. "Curious George"   2:02
8. "Sucka Free '08 (Skit)" (featuring Lil Wayne) 0:07
9. "Baddest Bitch"   2:19
10. "Wanna Minaj?" (featuring Lil' Kim & Gucci Mane) 3:39
11. "Doin It Well" (featuring Jadakiss) 2:23
12. "Cuchi Shop"   3:11
13. "Hundred Million Dollaz" (featuring Lil Wayne) 0:19
14. "Young Money Ballaz" (featuring Lil Wayne) 2:38
15. "Sweetest Girl"   3:04
16. "Firm Biz '08" (featuring Jadakiss) 1:37
17. "Dead Wrong"   2:46
18. "Long Time Comin'" (featuring Ransom) 3:16
19. "Womp Womp"   2:34
20. "Who's Ya Best MC?"   2:27
21. "Autobiography"   4:33
22. "President Carter Signs Off (Skit)"   0:16
23. "Lollipop (Remix)" (featuring Lil Wayne) 5:42
24. "Biggest Freak" (featuring Rick Ross & T-Pain) 3:45


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