Lil' Kim Goes Viral

Last week, Lil’ Kim took to Instagram Live and informed her followers that her memoir’s pre-sales were surpassing the Bible. “I don’t take that lightly,” she said. “Y’all already know that.”

This comment got picked up by major news outlets and became a viral sensation. Checkout below some links to different websites that posted the story:

People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Page Six, Vogue, NYPost, Yahoo, Daily Mail, US Weekly, Parade, Metro UK, Rolling Out, Daily Telegraph Asutralia, Dazed, Complex, Vibe, Herald Sun Australia.


(Updated) Lil' Kim Performs at AliExpress Singles Day Pop Up Shopping Kickoff Party


Lil' Kim Performs at One Music Fest in Atlanta

Instagram Clips:

Quiet Storm
Lighters Up
Lil Kim on stage with Sukihana

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New Music! Eric Bellinger "Curious" (Remix) ft Lil' Kim and Lola Brooks

Eric Bellinger "Curious" (Remix) ft Lil' Kim and Lola Brooks

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Eric Aldwin Bellinger Jr. is an American singer and songwriter. He began songwriting in 2010, and his co-writing credits including "Lemme See" by Usher, "New Flame" by Chris Brown, "You Don't Know" by Tank, "Right Here" by Justin Bieber, and "Disrespectful" by Trey Songz.[2] In 2011, Bellinger won a Grammy in the category of Best R&B Album for contribution to Chris Brown's album F.A.M.E.


Lil' Kim in New Telfar Campaign

The Queen Bee graces the campaign for TELFAR’s collaboration with UGG and KRINKLE. The collection includes black crinkle-patent leather bags and boots.

Available @ TELFAR.NET NOV 2 at NOON ET


Lil' Kim Performs at the WNBA Finals Series Show

The Queen Bee performed a medley of her iconic hits at the halftime show of the WNBA Finals Series Game 3 (- New York Liberty v. Las Vegas Aces -) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Oct 15th.

Instagram Clips:

Lil Kim Performs a medley of her hits
Backstage fun
Lil Kim takes a picture with Naj Laney


Lil' Kim to Perform at Liberty vs Aces Halftime Show

Lil' Kim is set to perform at the halftime show of the WNBA Finals Series Game 3 (- New York Liberty v. Las Vegas Aces -) at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on October 15th.

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Lil' Kim's Influcence on Luxury Culture

In this excerpt of Sowmya Krishnamurthy's new book 'Fashion Killa,' Lil' Kim evolves from bullied teen to couture influencer — and luxury culture evolves with her

Luxury fashion has become synonymous with hip-hop, though not too long ago, many of its institutions would have turned their noses up at the rap stars who dominate pop culture today (and racism is still resonant in the industry despite modern strides). In her book, Fashion Killa: How Hip-Hop Revolutionized High Fashion, longtime music journalist Sowmya Krishnamurthy chronicles the unique and often unlikely kinships — forged through family, friendships, and sometimes simply fame — that have been the basis of legendary collaborations between labels and tastemakers in Black music. In this exclusive excerpt, Krishnamurthy looks at how women in rap and design changed the game in the 1990s and early aughts, particularly Lil’ Kim, Donatella Versace, Kimora Lee Simmons, and the circle of superstars around them.

Lil’ Kim’s Hard Core album — two million copies sold worldwide — was a fun, raunchy romp distilled into one famous image: the diminutive rapper wearing a leopard-print bikini and a fur-lined robe and squatting with both legs opened. Plastered around New York City, the soft-core promo had pedestrians doing double takes. In 1996, the image incited parental debates over whether the rapper was destroying the moral fabric of the country. The TV show Rolanda, hosted by Rolanda Watts, aired an episode titled “Is Lil’ Kim sexualizing our children?” “The poster is vulgar and I think it misrepresents Black women,” said a young woman on the daytime show. “She made people feel like that’s all we about. That’s all women are about. Showing our body,” said another.

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Lil Kim Attends JAY-Z and Meek Mill's Blackjack Party

The event amassed over $24 million in donations towards justice reform efforts during its inaugural Casino Night Event in Atlantic City.