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Remember Nicki Minaj's alter ego, Roman Zolanski? Well, that was the idea for "Roman in Moscow".
Nicki Minaj began planning her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded album in 2011. Nicki Minaj has three different performers: Nicki the Ninja (of "Save Me", "Marilyn Monroe", "Young Forever"), Nicki Minaj (of "Your Love") and Roman Zolanski (of "Bottoms Up", "Roman in Moscow", and "Blazin'"). "This is is insane these b****es ain't in my" are the lyrics to part of the song which shows you that Minaj is now Zolanski. Zolanski also did "Roman Reloaded" (the album's title track) which is the whole point of half of Nicki Minaj's music. Roman in Moscow is the most Roman-Zolanski-ish track Minaj's ever recorded.