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Born on July 11th, 1975, and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Kimberly Denise Jones and her older brother Christopher were left under the care of her father after her parents got divorced when she was 9 years old. Kimberly and Christopher lived with their mother Ruby Mae at first, until custody of the children was passed on to Linwood Jones.

A rebellious child living under the strict rules of her dad, Lil' Kim and her father constantly fought. After therapy sessions and physical fights, she eventually ran away from home.

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While Kim worked as a salesperson at Bloomingdale's, her friends discovered that she could, in fact, rap. Biggie encouraged his protégé to pursue a rapping career, and cast her as a member of the rap group Junior M.A.F.I.A., signed under Biggie's Undeas label.

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Lil' Kim's talent shone with her contribution to the group's debut single, "Player's Anthem," as well as the Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s debut album, Conspiracy. Obviously the group's star, Lil' Kim went on to work on other projects on the side, including appearances on Mona Lisa, the Isley Brothers, Total, and Skin Deep's records.

While everything was rosy in Lil' Kim land, her world, along with the East Coast hip-hop world, was shattered with the murder of the Notorious B.I.G. on March 9th, 1997.

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Upon Biggie's death, Lil' Kim took a hiatus from recording her own music, but she still kept busy with a string of other projects. She was one of the featured performers of P. Diddy's highly successful 1998 "Bad Boy Tour" (at Diddy's request), and ventured into her own business with the launch of Queen Bee Records, with Lil' Kim as CEO.

Finally, in June of 2000, Lil' Kim followed up Hard Core with her long-awaited album, Notorious K.I.M., which was certified platinum. The album marks the second release on Queen Bee Records, after the release of Lil' Cease's The Wonderful World of Cease A Leo.

Unfortunately, Lil' Cease's album was the target of a $200 million lawsuit after an 18-year-old woman claimed that Lil' Cease sampled a private phone conversation without her consent and used it on his album. P. Diddy, who was listed as an executive producer, and Lil' Kim were also named in the suit.

And again, in 2003, Lil' Kim satisfied her fans' hunger by releasing her third album, La Bella Mafia, which debuted at No. 5 on Billboard charts.

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