Lil' Kim tweeted the cover art for Young Goldie's (IRS artist) single "1Hunnit" featuring Lil' Kim : "Here it is!!! The official cover for #1Hunnit!! Available for streaming Memorial Day!!!"
Posted on 25 May 2013 by LilKimZone
New Music: Phendi ft Lil Kim "Red Diamonds"
"Red Diamonds" is included on Phendi's mixtape "Label Whore". Click Here to listen.
Posted on 22 May 2013 by LilKimZone
Additional Pictures of Kim in Las Vegas
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Posted on 11 May 2013 by LilKimZone
Lil Kim to Perform in Britain
(entertainmentwise.com) Lil Kim has been added to the line-up for this year's Lovebox festival, marking the rapper's first performance in the UK for more than 10 years.
The pint-sized 'Lighters Up' rapper will be taking to the stage at London's Victoria Park on the weekend of July 19th-21st where she will be joined by a whole list of big names including Azealia Banks, Plan B, Wiley, D'Angelo, Rudimental, AlunaGeorge and Disclosure.
Lil Kim last performed in the UK in 2001 where she headlined London's Kentish Town Forum, not long after the release of her chart-topping collaboration with Christina Aguilera, Pink and Mya on 'Lady Marmalade.'
Posted on 09 May 2013 by LilKimZone
Lil Kim Sued For $15 Million Over Licensing Deal Gone Sour
(thehollywoodgossip.com) Lil Kim is being sued for "diva-like behavior" which her former business manager says caused him millions and millions of dollars in endorsement deals.
Andrew Ro says his company, International Rock Star Corp, signed a licensing deal with Kim in August 2012 and planned to roll out serious products.
A perfume line, clothing line, vodka drink, energy drink, Steve Madden shoe line, a honey maker, you name it. But Kim basically torpedoed the deal.
According to Ro, Lil Kim is a menace who refused to come to meetings unless she was being paid extra, making it hard to get this all off the ground.
Moreover, when a project was finally executed - specifically her perfume - Kim refused to promote anything and even stopped taking their calls.
Kim then fired off cease and desist letter regarding future projects, and then filed a lawsuit claiming that the IRS tricked her into a bad licensing deal.
As a result, Ro has now fired back with his own lawsuit, claiming Lil Kim's to blame and her antics cost his company at least $15 million.