Lil Kim’s new song, “Looks Like Money”, got her fans excited for the possibility of a new album but once again, the rapper has backtracked. Instead of finally issuing the record that has eluded her supporters for well over eight years, Kim has decided to release a mixtape that builds on her legendary Hard Core […]
Lil Kim boasts about looking like money in her new song but she actually has a closer resemblance to Korean superstar PSY. For instance in this preview of Hip-Hop icon’s video for the tune, she squats, struts and sways to the beat while the looking nothing like her former self.
It’s Lil Kim’s 39th (?) birthday and she has a special gift for her loyal fans. More than two years since first announcing the title of the song, the Queen Bee has released her new song, “Looks Like Money”, as a free download and a clear indication that it probably won’t appear on her long […]
After Nicki Minaj was booed at the 2013 Hot 97 Summer Jam concert in New York yesterday, many of her fans bombarded social media pages with claims that the reports were untrue and that Lil Kim was actually the victim of backlash from the crowd. However, now that footage of Kim’s appearance has surfaced, it’s […]
Thus far, our Way Back Wednesday signature song subseries has focused entirely on singers and Britney Spears but this week, we’re taking a detour into the field of Hip-Hop by focusing on the catalogue of Lil Kim. Known as the Queen Bee, she dominated the her competition for almost a decade but what hit gave […]
We all know that Lil Kim had her share of alleged plastic surgery procedures in the past but last evening at the at Gramercy Theatre concert in New York City, the Queen Bee was almost unrecognisable. Noticeably curvier and a few shades lighter, Kim took her fans down memory lane to a time when she […]
Trini Trent TV has issued advice to several artists during the last year – Rihanna, Brandy, Mariah Carey – but now its time to address an act who desperately needs direction. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I’m talking about the one and only Queen Bee, rapper Lil Kim.
Throughout the decades, we have seen dozens of women rise to the top of the Hip-Hop industry before abruptly fading into irrelevance. Now, as we prepare for a new generation to attempt chart domination, let’s take a look back at the icons who paved the way.
Your grandparents had the 1940s and your parents had the 1970s but for many of us, the golden era of music was in the 1990s! Yes, spanning for ten glorious years, that decade was packed with a wide range of talented artists who generated enough classic hits to last us a lifetime.