All-Is-On (Hard Times) (CDr, Promo).
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).
Just Like You is the debut album from American Idol's eighth season contestant Allison Iraheta. It was released on December 1, 2009 through Jive Records and 19 Recordings.
Whoa" is the second single from the album The Naked Truth by rapper Lil' Kim which is produced by . Whoa" never made it to the Billboard Hot 100 but did make the R&B/Hip-Hop Tracks chart, where it peaked at number 30. Originally sent to US radio on November 22, 2005, it was then re-released in February to coincide with the airing of her reality show, Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lockdown, for which it served as the theme song. It was released in the United Kingdom on May 15, 2006.
Album Whoa! - Single. Counting bread bread bread red dot leave him dead In my bed bed bed while your girl gives me head Leave you on read read read get the fuck up out my TXTs We up next next next spending bands running checks. Whoa! Whoa! You don't know me We ain't friends, why you acting like my homie?
The American rapper Lil' Kim has released four studio albums, one compilation album, four mixtapes, and thirty-six singles (including twenty-three featured singles). In 1994, Kim was a member of the hip hop group Junior . I Their first album, Conspiracy, was released in August 1995, and sold five-hundred thousand copies in the United States. It produced the gold and platinum-certified top-twenty singles, "Player's Anthem", "Get Money", and "I Need You Tonight".
Hold up, stack my money up just for a rainy day Play with MGK and I will pull up where you stay (Yeah) I die for my brother, I don't have nothin' to say (No) I died when my baby mama told me I was fake (Damn) I got real shooters, they ain't worried.