Queen B-Day: 5 Lil Kim Songs To Blast For Her 40th Birthday

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Today is Lil Kim’s birthday, which I guess is as good enough reason to play some of the raunchy rapper’s music. Let’s take this opportunity go back and listen to highlight some of her better tracks. That most of them come from 1995-96 is mere coincidence.

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“Get Money”

Kim got her first bit of shine as a member of Junior MAFIA on this hit single. The duet with Biggie went platinum and the Sylvia Stiplin sample still holds up today.

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No Time

One year after “Get Money”, the Queen B dropped her first solo album Hard Core in 1996. This first single, with some assistance from Diddy, is still street, but a bit more polished that previous records.

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