Lil' Kim

Remembering Things

An Ode to Lil' Kim's 'Ladies Night,' One of the Best Posse Cuts of All Time

With seven female rappers in the Hot 100 for the first time in a decade, we revisited the 1997 single that pioneered rap's sisterhood.
Kristin Corry

22 Years Later, Everyone Is Still Copying Lil' Kim's 'Hard Core' Style

Since the release of her debut album, Lil’ Kim has been a lyrical, stylistic, and cultural trailblazer—and her influence remains clear today.
Rae Witte
Noisey News

Kim Kardashian West's Party Prep Playlist Is... Actually Good?

Cher, Lil' Kim, SZA, and of course, Kanye all appear on her new Spotify playlist.
Lauren O'Neill
New music

Lil’ Kim’s "Took Us a Break" Video Is Hard as Nails

Time for another round of Lil' Kim season.
Noisey Staff
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Kelela Channels 90's Lil' Kim in Her Video for "LMK"

It's a new clip to accompany the single she released last week.
Lauren O'Neill
Remix Report Card

Thank Kendrick and Missy Elliott for Keeping the Summer Event Remix Alive

Plus, Gucci Mane runs the remix circuit and Young Thug cosigns Sahbabii in this edition of the Remix Report Card.
Al Shipley
Remembering Things

20 Years Ago Lil' Kim's "All About the Benjamins" Verse Took Over the Summer

Biggie was the star attraction, but Lil' Kim stole the show.
Andrew Martin
New music

Lil Kim, Eve, and Trina Unite on Missy Elliott's "I'm Better" Remix

I hope you're sitting comfortably.
Lauren O'Neill

Slot-A Selects Songs for Your Next "Hammock and Subwoofer" Beach Party

The Last Record: the Chicago-based DJ and producer picked tunes from Cazal Organism, Lido, Stro Elliot, and 14KT.
Britt Julious
Desus & Mero

Cipha Sounds Tells Desus and Mero How He Went from 'Chapelle's Show' to Tidal

The DJ stopped by the late-night show to talk about hanging with Jay Z, leaving Jersey, and becoming a comedian.
Sarah Bellman

The Bad Boy Documentary Isn’t a Puff Piece (Although It Is a Puff Daddy Piece)

We talked to director Daniel Kaufman about the film that chronicles the rise of the Bad Boy empire.
Lawrence Burney

How Black Female MCs Changed the Conversation Through Hip-Hop

Lady B, Salt-N-Pepa, Missy, Lauryn Hill, Foxy Brown, Lil' Kim, and Nicki Minaj—it's time we recognized all of their contributions to feminism.
Lindsey Addawoo