New Music: Lil’ Kim & Fabolous unite for their first-ever collab, "Spicy"
The Brooklyn icon explains how their friendship makes this track that much more special.
As noted by Lil’ Kim herself, her and Fabolous go way back, celebrating over a decade of friendship.
However, their new track, “Spicy,” is a special one, because despite being friends for so long, they haven’t worked together until now.
The track, which was previously teased on Instagram, dropped Saturday afternoon (March 3), with the pair each taking their respective turns on the mic.
Over a laid-back instrumental, Lil’ Kim focuses on her Louboutins and her legacy, while Fab makes some references to current events, even touching on Blac Chyna’s recently leaked sex tape.
“Muy caliente,” the Queen Bee spits. “Time to keep it cool, that’s what the wrist say / Don’t be a fool, that’s what the fist say / I’m crushin’ these bitches like it’s a Wednesday.”
Lil’ Kim is currently working on her long-awaited new album, which will break her lengthy hiatus and will mark her first full-length release since 2005’s The Naked Truth.
Take a listen to “Spicy,” below.
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