Fresh from the inbox of Flex, he releases a new joint from Lil’ Kim called Keys To The City, which features Young Jeezy. We see you Kim! You might be able to unlock something with this here.
In celebration of the Notorious B.I.G.’s 15th anniversary, Lil Kim stopped by 106 & park yesterday to speak about the legendary Biggie Smalls and her brand new single “If You Love Me,” featured on her upcoming album. Kim was also joined by Juelz Santana to judge the “Freestyle Friday” competition. Nicki Minaj was brought up during the battle, which prompted Rocsi to ask an ill-advised question. The whole mood shifted as host Rocsi Diaz addresses the “elephant in the room” aka her current feud with Nicki Minaj.
Originally Kim thought Rocsi was referring to B.I.G., then quickly shifted gears realizing where she was going with the question. “No, why?” she responded. “We here, this is about Team Kim and everybody in here. Brooklyn in the building!”
Rocsi responded, “With much respect due to you and your craft—and I’m not trying to not say what the fans don’t want to hear—but it’s been the elephant in the room. It’s being spit out there, so the only reason I address it… But I respect your game if you say you don’t want to talk about it, but I don’t want to see you talking about it somewhere else.”
Kim then squashed the situation, and stated, “At the end of the day, this is about Kim right now.” At least for now we can be more concerned with Lil’ Kim’s new projects instead of the back and forth tension between her and Nicki, for now at least. After the Nicki controversy, Kim’s fans brought out gifts and acknowledged her as an artist, bringing the love back into the studio. At the end of the day it was an issue that needed to be addressed, which Kim took to her twitter and thanked her fans for their ongoing support and called Rocsi’s moves “disrespectful”. Check out the video above and let us know what you think about the situation.
Today Vibe revealed their upcoming Feb/March Issue of their magazine where the YMCMB Barbie Nicki Minaj will graze the front of the cover. In the in depth interview, Nicki talks about succeeding in the music industry as a woman, her sophomore album, fashion and much more. An excerpt below explains how she plans on succeeding with her next album. The magazine hits newsstands next week so be sure to pick you up a copy.
“I felt like I had something to prove to everyone who said a female rapper could not make an album unless she was talking about her pussy. And so I went above and beyond to prove that I could not talk about sex and not talk about my genitalia and still have a successful album. And I proved that. And now my time for proving things to my critics is over. I don’t really need to prove anything to anyone else anymore.”
Alas! We have the visuals for Nicki Minaj‘s ‘Stupid Hoe’, a track that features the mindset of the ever so hated Roman Polanski. The video is directed by the visual genius Hype Williams and even shows everyones favorite Barb twerking. Check out the video above.
Kimmy Blanco is preparing to get back on the music scene now that she’s released a new promo photo.
The Queen Bee debuted a new picture via Twitter of her dressed in all black with the words “Lil Kim 2012 coming soon” underneath her.
Speaking to her fans on the photo she said,
“Hey Guys!!! I have a little Gift for U. A little preview of what’s to come. Merry Christmas !!!!!”
Lil Kim was on DJ KaySlay’s show on Shade 45 earlier today and premiered her
tired freestyle over Uncle Murda’s ‘Warning.” As you can see Kim hasn’t moved passed the “drama” and continues to take shots a Nicki Minaj. Looks like the PayPal Goddess is still waiting for some of your mixtape payments to be cleared.
Premiered on Hot 97 this week, Lil Kim get her autotune back on with new track “Spend A Mill,” encouraging the fellas to put their money where their mouth and spend a million bucks or “you ain’t seeing nothing.”You know I love stones, no I don’t mean zodiacs / Diamonds are a girl’s best friend; where my homies at? / Love a rich boyfriend, nothing can compare to him… sings the Brooklyn rap vixen with her eye on the money.
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