Nicki Minaj's debut album 'Pink Friday' has been leaked online, less than one week shy of its scheduled Nov. 22 release date.

In addition to a handful of previously leaked tracks –- 'Right Thru Me,' 'Roman's Revenge' and 'Your Love' -- full versions of the new songs 'Fly' featuring Rihanna, 'Blazin' featuring Kanye West and 'Moment 4 Life' featuring her Young Money pal Drake, have also hit the 'Net. Early Wednesday morning, Nicki tweeted to fans, writing "Tap you neighbor and say #itsPinkFridayHoe," hinting that she might be aware of the album's premature debut.

During an interview for her current Billboard cover story, the 25-year-old rapper revealed that the leak of her hit song 'Your Love' was a low point in her career. "I didn't like the song and I didn't put it out," Nicki explained. "Someone stole it out of the studio and put it on the Internet and I cried because I was mortified. I was humiliated and remember telling Drake, 'This is going to ruin my career." It frankly did the opposite; the song eventually climbed to No. 4 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

'Pink Friday' will find its way into stores on Monday, Nov. 22 for an official release.

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