Hard Core (also known as Hard Core 2K14) is the third mixtape by American rapper Lil' Kim, released on September 11, 2014 by . The mixtape was first announced on July 26, 2013, and originally had a release date of October 31, 2013, but was pushed back due to Jones' pregnancy.
음 참조: Hard Core, 2xLP, Album, 92733-1. Though infamous for the overtly sexual content, there's some great loops and production on here. 스터 릴리스 편집 데이터 정확함. 모두 희망 목록에 추가 희망 목록에서 모두 제거.
Lil Kim takes a look back at the making of her debut album, 'Hard Core,' and how it catapulted her from local Brooklyn rapper to a global hip-hop icon. Respect Me Twenty years ago, Lil Kim changed the game with her debut album, Hard Core. Now she reflects on the project that made her a superstar. By the dictionary definition, Lil Kim lives up to everything that the word hard core stands for, including the sexually explicit nature, which is why the word was a fitting choice to title her debut album, Hard Core.
Hard Core is the debut studio album by American rapper Lil' Kim. It was released on November 12, 1996, by Undeas Recordings, Big Beat Records, and Atlantic Records. After achieving a success with the hip hop group Junior . and their album Conspiracy (1995), Kim began working on her solo album with The Notorious . serving as the executive producer (besides this, he performed on four songs).
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Cop Lil Kim's brand new mixtape 'Hard Core'. After a few setbacks, Lil Kim has finally released the sequel to her debut album, Hard Core . It's the first project we've received from The Queen Bee since 2011's Black Friday mixtape.
Since her 1996 debut album Hard Core, Lil’ Kim has done all of the above and more, paving the way for all our current faves lyrically, stylistically, and entrepreneurially. In 1996, at the age of 22, Lil' Kim dropped her debut album Hard Core, largely produced by Sean Puffy Combs. Singles from the album included Crush on You, Not Tonight, and No Time, which were sexually-charged songs about ownership, luxury goods, hot sex, and using men for money.