“Your Love” is a song by American rapper and singer Nicki Minaj, taken from her debut studio album Pink Friday (2010). It was released on June 1, 2010 by Young Money, Cash Money, and Universal Motown as the lead single of the album.
The song was written by Minaj, Joseph Hughes, David Freeman, and Andrew “Pop” Wansel, and was produced by the latter. Minaj originally intended to release “Massive Attack” as the lead single from Pink Friday, though its release was scrapped after an underwhelming commercial performance.
Described as a “rap ballad”, the song is a change of tempo compared to Minaj’s previous work, and according to Mariel Concepcion of Billboard, the song contains a “new brand of hood majesty.” The song samples Annie Lennox’s 1995 cover version of the song “No More I Love You’s” (1986) by The Lover Speaks, using its background vocals with additional bass, hip-hop backbeats and drum loops added.