Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G ft Jadakiss "NYC"
Thought you might be interested in hearing this song...
Back in March, 2016, Faith Evans confirmed to fans that she was working on a duet album with The Notorious B.I.G. called King And I. She had first mentioned this project two years before that in 2014.
After a slight delay, the first single from the album is finally here — ‘NYC’ featuring Jadakiss. Although Faith promised that the album will feature unreleased vocals from Biggie, this one has been heard by fans before (‘Mumbling & Whispering‘).
Lil Kim will be on the album.
Posted on 29 Jan 2017 by LilKimZone
The LOX Announce Tour With Special Guests Lil Kim & Remy Ma
The LOX just released their long-awaited album Filthy America... It's Beautiful last month and have returned today to announce the eponymous tour with special guests Remy Ma and Lil Kim.
The 20 date tour will begin in February in Pennsylvania and take the trio across the country throughout the month of March and into early April. Additionally, the opening date in Pennsylvania will feature guest performer Cardi B who recently just dropped her new project Gangster Bitch Music Vol. 2.
Tickets for the "Filthy America... It's Beautiful" tour go on sale January 27th via Live Nation.
February 25 – Reading, PA @ Santander Arena (with Lil Kim, Remy Ma and Cardi B)
Posted on 26 Jan 2017 by LilKimZone
Conspiracy and Hard Core Available Now on Vinyl
Kim's classic albums Conspiracy and Hard Core are now available in vinyl format on UrbanOutfitters.com
Nicki Minaj Ex Safaree Wants To Work With Lil Kim And Twitter Went HAM
Nicki Minaj ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels might want to get back with Nicki Minaj but working with Lil Kim is not going to make it any easier.
One of Lil Kim’s fans asked Safaree on Twitter if he would work with Lil Kim and his answer was a straight up yes. “Would you work with @Lilkim,” the fan asked and he responded “Why not.” Nicki fans on Twitter wasn’t too happy about his answer and went HAM. Some folks criticized his raps calling him corny while others want to stand on his forehead. Despite the hate, Safaree received a ton of support from fans for speaking his doing his thing regardless of the opinion of others.
“So how am I corny for answering a question get off my d*** please,” he tweeted. (dancehallhiphop.com)