Lil’ Kim Talks Biggie Writing Her Rhymes & Says She Still Feels His Spirit In The Studio [EXCLUSIVE]



lil kimLil’ Kim’s debut disc “Hard Core” was more than just poster art for the walls of adoring men everywhere; the raunchy and rebellious album solidified Kim’s position in hip-hop as rap royalty. The ride-or-die Brooklyn native rose to fame after freestyling for the late great Notorious BIG–who took her under his wing and recruited her for his crew Junior Mafia. Kim, standing a mere 4’11” outshined the boys even on a bad day. She and BIG formed a relationship that would be cut short by his untimely passing. Still, Kim can be heard repping Biggie (and Brooklyn) at every performance, even to this day.

The Queen Bee recently released a mixtape, “Hard Core 2014,” to an anxious fan base who have been patiently waiting for her to reclaim her throne as rap queen. Fans and critics alike longed to hear Kim’s signature “Unh” and gritty lyrics that made her the…

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