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Jones (born July 11, 1974), better known by her stage name Lil' Kim, is
an American rapper. She was born and raised in New York City and lived much of
her adolescent life on the streets after being expelled from home. In her teens,
she would freestyle rap, influenced by fellow female hip-hop artists like
MC Lyte and the Lady of Rage.
She became the first female rapper to have three consecutive
number ones on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks chart.
In August 2011, Lil' Kim performed four dates in Australia
as part of the WinterBeatz Festival alongside
50 Cent and G-Unit.
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On July 26, 2013, Lil' Kim announced and released the cover art for a new
mixtape, Hard Core 2K13, which would also serve as a sequel to her
critically acclaimed debut album, Hard Core. Lil' Kim released the
singles "Dead Gal Walking" and "Kimmy Blanco" to the public, along with the
track list. The track list revealed collaborations with
In 2016, her fourth mixtape, Lil Kim Season, was released. On the mixtape,
she freestyles over several popular beats,
Drake's "Summer Sixteen,"
Rihanna's "Work," and
Singer Faith Evans
featured her on the song, "Lovin You for Life", on the album, The King & I,
released on May 19, 2017. That same month, Lil' Kim, along with Eve and
Trina, was featured on the remix of "I'm Better" by
Missy Elliott. In
November, Lil' Kim released a promotional single, "Took Us a Break," and
was featured on the song, "Wake Me Up", by rapper
In March 2018, Lil' Kim released another promotional single, "Spicy,"
featuring rapper Fabolous.
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Lil' Kim cited as her rap influences
Roxanne Shanté. She was also influenced by Slick Rick, The Notorious B.I.G.,
Eric B. & Rakim,
Queen Latifah and
Mary J. Blige.
Lil' Kim also cited Madonna
as an influence, saying she modeled her own career on
Madonna's, and labeling
herself as the "Black Madonna."
Several media outlets have referred to Lil' Kim as the "Queen of Rap,"
and by the alias she uses, "Queen Bee." Newsweek has called her the "First Lady
Some artists who have named Kim as influence include
Stallion, Kash Doll,
Bree Runway, Teyana
Taylor, Doja Cat,
Rosalía, Hitmaka, Casanova,
Spice, Zaytoven, Stefflon Don, Flo Milli,
Nicki Minaj, Ivorian
Doll, Cupcakke, Saweetie,
Iggy Azalea, Ms Banks,
City Girls and Erica
In 2016, VH1 honored Lil' Kim with VH1 Hip-Hop Honors and WEEN Award
honored Kim with Icon Award because of her contribution to hip hop.
In 2019, Lil' Kim was honored by BET Hip Hop Awards with the I Am Hip-Hop
Her discography includes five studio albums, one remix album, four mixtapes,
forty-two singles (including twenty-five as a featured artist), and thirteen
Hit songs include --
- Magic Stick
- No Time
- Not Tonight
- No Matter What They Say
- The Jump Off
- How Many Licks?
- Lighters Up
- In The Air Tonite
- Thug Luv
- Shut Up
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