Spotify : Feelin' Myself Fashion Show

Lil' Kim was honored with the Hip Hop Fashion Icon Award at Spotify's Feelin Myself Fashion Show.

"We'd love to present to you a token of our love and appreciation for everything you've brought and continue to bring to the world. You are the blueprint. You're an icon of Hip Hop."

Instagram Clips: Lil Kim presented with award --- Posing for pictures.


Lil Kim is Coming to Germany!

The Queen Bee is scheduled to perform at the Joy Denalane & Max Herre Soundsystem Show in Munich on May 13, 2023. Other performers include Mobb Deeep and Product G&B.

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Lil Kim & MC Lyte Talk ‘Sisterhood’

Lil’ Kim and MC Lyte spoke to the importance of “sisterhood” during the kick-off of Mastercard’s “She Run This” event over Grammy weekend in celebration of Black entrepreneurship in business and hip-hop.

“I never knew what it felt like to be unprotected around my sisters. Especially in a male-dominated [industry]. It was hard, but when I was in the comfort of my sisters, I was at my peak. I felt the most powerful.”

“We did everything together,” Kim said of forging a solid sisterhood with MC Lyte, Missy Elliott, Mary J. Blige, Da Brat, Queen Latifah and stylist Misa Hilton early in their careers.

“Sisterhood and having your sister’s back is important, and Kim always had my back,” said Hilton. “A lot of things started to happen quickly [in her career], so all of a sudden people may try to come between us. People [would] want Kim to do a certain fashion magazine and they’d say, ‘We want to use this stylist,’ but what did she say? ‘Misa has to be there.’ Sticking together and not being afraid to stick up for yourself, not feeling like you’re going to miss out on an opportunity and realizing the power in your voice [is important].

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Lil' Kim Attends Grammy After Party

The Queen Bee was spotted attending a Grammys after-party in Beverly Hills on February 6, 2023.


Lil' Kim Attends ROC Nation's Pre-Grammy Party

Instagram Clips: Lil' Kim spotted interacting with Beyonce - Click Here to view clip.


(updated) Lil Kim Attends the 65th GRAMMY Awards Weekend

Lil Wayne was honored with the Global Impact Award at Black Music Collective Party at The Hollywood Palladium.


Additional Pictures from Lil Kim with Friends at The Apollo Theater


Lil Kim with Friends at The Apollo Theater

Ashanti, Sisqo, Lola Brooke, Remy Ma, Havoc, Fivio, Mr Cheecks, Fat Joe, King Combs & Lil Cease joined Lil Kim on stage at The Apollo Theater in NYC on Jan 26.

YouTube & Instagram Clips:

Quiet Storm w/ Lil Cease
Float On
Unfoolish w/Ashanti + talk w/ Ashanti & Remy Ma
Don't Play With It w/ Lola Brooke + talk
Not Tonight (album version)
I Can Love You
Lean Back w/Remy Ma & Fat Joe
Get Money
The Jump Off & Mo Money Mo Problems w/ Mr Cheeks
Big Momma Thang
It's All About The Benjamins
Outta Control (Remix) & Shook Ones Part II w/ Havoc
How Many Licks w/Sisqo
Queen B**** & Wake Me Up w/ Remy Ma
Can’t Stop Won’t Stop w/ King Combs
No Time

Credit: Josh Balber & Aunt Dot


Billboard and Vibe List the 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time


Lil Kim’s raunchy, vicious rhymes turned hip-hop upside down. Under the tutelage of the late Notorious B.I.G., Queen Bee debuted as a member of Junior M.A.F.I.A., becoming an icon following her titillating 1996 solo debut album Hard Core. Certified double-platinum, the album spun off three consecutive No. 1s on Billboard’s Hot Rap Songs chart — “No Time,” “Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix)” and “Crush on You” — making her the first female rapper to do so. Her unapologetic tone shattered barriers for women in hip-hop, allowing them to be more sexually expressive and liberated. While Kim’s movie idol looks and provocative fashion sense commanded eyes, her gruff delivery and punchy rhymes brought fear and respect from rival MCs, as evidenced by her searing features on Bad Boy classics like The LOX’s “Money, Power & Respect” and Diddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins.”

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Upcoming Gigs

Lil Kim To Headline Apollo Theater For Harlem Festival Culture Concert>
The Jump Off With Lil Kim And Friends is billed for January 26

“It’s going to be a night to remember to help kick off the Harlem Festival of Culture’s road to the festival with some of my special friends,” Lil’ Kim said in a statement. “Apollo was like my backyard; I played there so much and every time it was always love. The crowd is always amazing!”



Lovers & Friends Festival in Vegas Saturday, May 6, 2023
Performances by Missy Elliott, Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, Summer Walker, Eve, TI, Da Brat, Omarion, Nelly, Busta Rhymes, Remy Ma, and many more.

Click Here to register now for presale tickets, available on Friday, January 20th at 10AM at


Lil Kim Performs at Rabu Gary's Birthday Party

Instagram Clips: Lil' Kim performs a medley of hits.

Credit: eness_215, northphillymeech, & ?


Lil Kim Performs at the Barclays Center in NYC

Instagram Clips: Lil' Kim performs 'It's All About The Benjamins' with Diddy's son King Combs.


Jade of Little Mix Pays Homage to Lil Kim

Jade Thirlwall of the British girl group Little Mix recreated Lil' Kim's iconic VMAs look for her early birthday photos.

Along with photos, she told her ten million Instagram followers:

"It’s that time of year where I force my friends to do fancy dress to celebrate my (early) birthday in the hopes of overshadowing Santa 😂 honouring an icon…I’m the L-I-L to the K-I-M. Disagree? Well that’s you and I’m sorry 🎶"


Soho House Interview

The hip-hop legend speaks exclusively to Soho House about the tracks, albums and songs that have come to define her life

Legend status? Lil’ Kim has it. Not only is the 48-year-old hip-hop superstar – who was described by the late André Leon Talley as ‘the Black Madonna’ – a Grammy Award winner, but she’s also sold tens of millions of albums worldwide and has now signed as the face of Canadian outerwear brand Mackage.

We spoke to the so-called Queen of Rap (step back, Cardi B) to learn about all the albums, musicians, artists and songs that have helped build her into the musical icon she is today.

Can you please plot the exact moment when you first discovered your love for music?
‘Growing up I’d always attend block parties and I loved how music brought everyone together. I would grab the mic and play around with the DJ set, and lyrics would just flow from my heart. That’s when I fell in love with rapping.’

Were your parents into music?
‘I always listened to music with them as a child. My mom would have the radio on in the car all the time. I remember her telling me she wished I’d memorise my schoolwork the way I would memorise songs.’

Do you ever listen back to your own music? If so, which track means the most to you and why?
‘The track that means the most to me is “Hold On”; I felt that Biggie was with me as I was writing that song. It was written to inspire and uplift women.’

Who are your key musical inspirations?
‘Salt-N-Pepa, Janet Jackson, Slick Rick, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, and so many more.’

Who are you listening to a lot right now? What’s top of your most-played list?
‘I can’t get over how good Beyoncé’s latest album is.’

Name the artist you’re most excited about and explain why.
‘I’m really excited to see what my girl Cardi B does next.’

If you had to pick a soundtrack to your life, what would it be?
‘“Essence” by Wizkid.


(UPDATED) Lil' Kim Stars in Mackage's New AD Campaign

The Canadian outwear brand just released its newest campaign for the season with Lil' Kim as the frontwoman. The rapper wears the brand's new monogram collection in the sleek black-and-white shots with her hair slicked back away from her face.

"Lil' Kim being a strong, independent woman who embraces bodycon fashion and is not afraid to stand out was the parallel we needed to introduce Mackage's first ever monogram collection," said Mackage CEO Tanya Golesic in a press release. "Her iconic looks have influenced so many throughout the 90's and continues to do so today."

Lil' Kim was excited to work with Mackage on this new launch, saying in a press release that she likes to do the unexpected — like working with this brand — but that she's really just a fan of Mackage's clothes.

"I already had a genuine relationship with Mackage," she said in a press release "I love their incredible leathers and puffers. When the team reached out to me to collaborate on launching their first monogram, it just felt true to me. They knew and understood the history of my style and most iconic looks and built campaign looks around that."

The brand, which was founded in the 1990s but rose to prominence in the early 2000s, threw it back to its origin story in bringing in Lil' Kim, who also launched her career in the 1990s. The rapper has never shied away from a bold look, and Mackage's new monogram line is certainly bold — making it a perfect match.

"It feels right you know; this brand is growing so quickly now but it had to come up year by year building its credibility because people genuinely loved the crazy quality, style, and dramatic fit. It's the real deal, and so am I," Lil' Kim shared in the press release.

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