The Queen Bee of Hip-Hop, Lil Kim, will release her brilliant new single, 'Whoa' on May 15th through Atlantic Records. The amazing track sees production by hot newcomer Jonathan 'J.R.' Rotem, who has also worked with Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, 50 Cent and Obie Trice. The forthcoming single follows the path set by the monster club anthem 'Lighters Up' and is the second single to be lifted from Kim's fourth solo studio album The Naked Truth.
On 'Whoa' Lil Kim hits back at her critics – Brooklyn style. "I done been through it all, shootouts and fistfights/Brooklyn bitch, you go wrong I get right/Back with a classic now gimme six mics." Currently on the B-List at Choice FM and Radio 1Xtra, the Kirk Fraser directed video is also on rotation at MTV Base, Channel U and enjoying plays at The Box.
The Naked Truth, is the fourth album under Lil' Kim's Fendi belt. La Bella Maffia, Notorious Kim and Hardcore are her previous works of art. Over an assortment of stinging backdrops from such heavy hitters as Scott Storch (T.I., R.Kelly, 50 Cent), Fredwreck (Snoop Dogg) and 7 Aurelius (Mariah Carey, LL Cool J) to name a few, Kim has a lot to say.
Multi-platinum recording artist Lil' Kim possesses a presence and persona that looms well beyond her tiny frame. From her days as the feisty front woman of the Brooklyn rap collective, Junior M.A.F.I.A.- playing the Bonnie to the Notorious B.I.G.'s Clyde to her current status as Hip-Hop's Grammy Award-winning, fashion-forward Queen Bee, Kim continues to effortlessly captivate, seduce, provoke, and entertain. Whether she is ripping it live onstage, working it on the runway, or turning heads on the red carpet, Kim makes you look and listen!
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