Taking time off from bashing Nicki Minaj, Lil Kim makes her way around the country on her highly anticipated “Return Of The Queen Tour 2012″ check the method below.
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Weather many folks are familiar with “The Mix Up” or not, it remains one of my favorite collections of music ever. (And I SWEAR it’s not just because I made it). The “album” consists of just under a dozen tracks that are comprised of main stream rap lyrics blended with more classic/underground hip hop beats and sprinkled with tons of samples from popular culture. The premise and subject matter of each song is different and each song has it’s own particular flavor, but my favorite track to this day is “Hott Sauce”. I have a bit of a fascination/addiction to the little physical act described in the song, and listening to it makes me laugh every single time. With lyrics from Lil Wayne, GOV, Cam’ron, Three 6 Mafia and Lil Kim, “Hott Sauce” is not one to play in front of your parents, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy it none the less. Click the pic to listen.
The beef between Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim is nothing new, and it’s toned down since the realization that Nicki never fired back at Lil Kim. But Minaj recently dropped the 1 minute track titled “Tragedy” in what seems like a response to Kim’s multiple dis tracks. Those are the facts, but in my personal opinion, Minaj’s 1 minute destroyed all of Kim’s previous attempts. At one point, Minaj spits the lyrics “First name Ann, last name RAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaGEDY” and the delivery alone was enough to have my boys and I cracking up. Click the pic to hear Nicki’s alleged response.
We all know about the Nicki/Kim beef, and to be totally truthful, I was a bit sick of hearing about it… until however, I got a look at the “Black Friday” video. I was surprised that Kim would go to such lengths to get the word out about her dislike for fellow femcee Nicki Minaj. The video features Lil Kim, a Nick Minaj look alike, and a whole host of scenes that’s sure to get the attention of Minaj. Kim also a second track entitled “The Warning” (another diss for Minaj) That dropped about a week ago.
The speculations of swagger stealing, and showed up all over the internet, on TV, and in magazine, shows like “Street Files” even had entire episodes dedicated to the topic. But regardless what your thoughts may be, the video for “Black Friday” is sure to open a few eyes. Check the method below.
About a week ago I heard a snippet from Nicki Minaj’s remix of “Roman’s Revenge” featuring Busta Rhymes and was quite excited to hear the finished product. As I’m sure everyone is aware already, “Roman’s Revenge” is one of the tracks that started the now rampant beef between Minaj and Lil Kim. Although Busta says nothing that could possibly be interpreted as hate toward Kim, Nicki’s verses remain the same, and I’m sure Lil Kim is not too pleased with the re-envigoration the track has received since the release of this new version. Busta’s style, although a bit wild, fits the track perfectly and re-iterates the point that the chorus of the original track was taken from a line in an old Busta song. And even though Kim has yet to put out a second diss track (The first being “Black Friday”) she was on New York’s Hot 97 in an interview with Angie Martinez mocking Minaj. Click the pic to hear the remix and check the method below to see the interview with Lil Kim.
So its a pretty widely known fact that Ms. Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim are engaged in a lyrical tiff. In her most recent release on the matter, Lil Kim may have had a line about feelings on Diddy. Diddy has been working with Minaj which some say is a reason for Kim to be upset. Diddy got on Hot 97 recently to discuss his feelings on the matter with Funk Master Flex, and had some relatively calm and insightful advice on the matter. Check the method below.
This is probably one of the only time’s I’ll be so candid on this Blog, but wow son. Everyone has been talking about the beef between Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim for the last few months, without being able to legitimately say that they are going at each other. Until this point, Minaj’s verses on “Roman’s Revenge” had no name in them, so one could only speculate, just as Lil Kim’s performance in New York went without the words “Nicki Minaj” being spoken, but Kim has not broken that barrier with “Black Friday”, a Nicki Minaj diss that is clearly aimed at her rap antagonist. Kim comes on with all guns blazing over Pharoahe Monch’s “Simon Sez” beat, and delivers some of the best lines she’s had in years, (…[I'm] more anticipated than a LeBron James ring…) and manages to talk about all of ‘Young Money’. But, I have to be completely objective, so I must say that Kim’s track has no chorus, and she seems to ramble on at times, and you’d with there was some break in her non-stop rhyme spitting. All in all though Lil Kim came quite hard with some ridculous, and anyone who takes female rappers seriously (which should be everyone) will be quite curious as to how this debacle will progress. Click the pic to listen.