The mega-popular rapper Cardi B tweeted "A wise woman once said “ I used to be scared of the dick now I throw lips on that shit handle it like a real b****” and I lived up to that ."
To which many replied with requests of a WAP remix with Lil' Kim.
Posted on 12 Aug 2020 by LilKimZone
Eminem was Supposed to be on Little Drummer Boy
According to Jacob York of Electric Republic, Eminem was supposed to be on Little Drummer Boy.
In an Instagram exchange about Ceelo's work on the song, he wrote "Eminem was supposed to be on it." He didn't elaborate on why Eminem never ended up on the final track.
Posted on 11 Aug 2020 by LilKimZone
Vogue: In “WAP,” Cardi B and Megan Take a Page from Lil’ Kim’s Playbook
If you haven’t yet steamed up your laptop watching Cardi B’s new music video for “WAP,” gird your loins and head on over to YouTube. The decidedly NSFW clip sees the star team up with Megan Thee Stallion for a celebration of female sexuality. Brash and brazen, the song doesn’t hold back. With cameos from Normani, Rosalia, Kylie Jenner, and the next generation of outré rappers—Mulatto, Rubi Rose, and Sukihana—the video is breaking the internet. While the debate over whether Jenner’s presence was necessary rages on, there’s more going on than special guest appearances. In their sultry coordinated outfits, Cardi and Megan channeled the hip hop’s original queen, Lil’ Kim.
Just as modern pop starlets all owe credit to Madonna, the female rap game wouldn’t be the same without Kim. As Cardi and Megan dance in custom bodysuits by Mugler designer Casey Cadwallader, their neon hair matching the color exactly, it calls to mind Kim’s monochromatic fashions in the iconic “Crush on You” video. Likewise, Cardi’s squat pose in a leopard print corset, also by Cadwallader, is reminiscent of Kim’s sultry promotional posters for Hardcore, a mainstay on the bedroom walls of millennials everywhere.
As an artist, Cardi B has always paid homage to her predecessors; she and stylist, Kollin Carter have referenced Kim’s oeuvre in the past. In the video for “Money,” Cardi’s Laurel DeWitt designed gold chain headdress and gilded bikini were directly inspired by what Kim wore onstage at 1997 MTV Music Video Awards. Similarly, the red fur and bob combo she sports in Pardison Fontaine’s “Backin’ It Up,” also draws from the Misa Hylton creations Kim wore in “Crush on You.” (Source: Vogue.com)