It's a bad week for fans of Young Money. First, Lil Wayne's album Tha Carter V was delayed "indefinitely" just one day before its planned release date and now another big name on the label's roster has had their project pushed back. Nicki Minaj's new album The Pink Print also has a new release date.

Originally due for a Nov. 24 release date, The Pink Print will now arrive on Dec. 15, according to Entertainment Weekly. No concrete reason was given for The Pink Print release date's pushback; the information was lodged in a press release regarding the release of Minaj's new single "Only" featuring her labelmates Drake and Lil Wayne.

Young Money did not announce why the album was pushed back, though it's likely that an overcrowded rap release market is to blame. Other albums due for a Nov. 24 release date include Rick Ross' Hood Billionaire, Eminem's Shady XV and Pitbull's Globalization.

To hold Minaj's Barbz fans over until the Dec. 15 release date, "Only" dropped today.

Further details surrounding The Pink Print remain tightly under wraps, including a tracklist, guest list and album cover.

Thus far, The Pink Print has been led by singles "Pills N Potions" and "Anaconda," the latter of which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, thanks largely in part to its mesmerizing, highly sexualized video. At its time, "Anaconda" held the VEVO record for the most views in 24 hours, chalking up 19.6 million in its first day of release.

The Pink Print will be Minaj's third official studio album. It immediately follows the release of Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, which was released in May 2012.

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