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Lil' Kim - Hard Core Album
Hip hop
Performer: Lil' Kim
Title: Hard Core
Style: Gangsta, Pop Rap
Year 1996
Country Canada
Label Undeas Recording, Big Beat, Columbia House
Catalog Number A2 92733
Genre: Hip hop
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 302
MP3 size: 2007 mb
FLAC size: 1285 mb
WMA size: 2990 mb
Record From: CD, Album

Lil' Kim - Hard Core Album


1Crush On You
Featuring – Lil' CeaseProducer – Fanatic
Producer – Fabian Hamilton
3Not Tonight
Producer – Jermaine Dupri
4Player Haters0:53
5We Don't Need It
Featuring – Junior M.A.F.I.A.Producer – Minnesota
6No Time
Producer – Stevie JProducer, Featuring – P. Diddy
7Spend A Little Doe
Producer – SkiVocals – Fela
8Queen Bitch
Producer – Carlos "Six July" Broady, Nashiem Myrick
Producer – Daven "Prestige" VanderpoolVocals – Adilah
10Take It!
Voice – Lil' Cease, Notorious B.I.G., Trife
11Intro In A-Minor2:14
12Big Momma Thang
Featuring – Jay-Z, Lil' CeaseProducer – Stretch Armstrong
14Fuck You
Featuring – Larceny , Trife Producer – Cornbread , Notorious B.I.G.
15M.A.F.I.A. Land
Producer – Brent "Faraoh" Toussaint


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
92733-2Lil' Kim Hard Core ‎(CD, Album)Undeas Recording, Big Beat92733-2US1996
92733-2Lil' Kim Hard Core ‎(CD, Album, Club)Big Beat92733-2US1996
7567-92733-2Lil' Kim Hard Core ‎(CD, Album)UNDEAS Recording, Big Beat7567-92733-2Germany1996
'92733-4Lil' Kim Hard Core ‎(Cass, Club, Whi)Big Beat Records, Inc.'92733-4US1996
7567-92733-2Lil' Kim Hard Core ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic7567-92733-2Europe1996


  • FeaturingNotorious B.I.G. (tracks: 3, 6, 7, 15)


  • Barcode: 7 7749-940445 8 02


  • Distributed By – Columbia House



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. David Ski. Hard Core is Lil' Kims debut album. serving as the executive producer besides this, he performed on four songs on the album. and Jermaine Dupri, among others. Other rappers, including Jay Z, Lil' Cease and Puff Daddy were featured on the album. Listen free to Lil' Kim Hard Core Intro in A-Minor, Big Momma Thang and more. 15 tracks 51:34. She collaborated with a number of producers, such as Sean Puff Daddy C. Album 1996 15 Songs. Lil' Kim. Hip-Hop 1996. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1997 CD от Hard Core на 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. Now she reflects on the project that made her a superstar. Unswervingly committed, dedicated, intense. 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 and Big Beat Records. The album was notable for its overt raunchy sexual tone and Kim's lyrical delivery, which was praised by music critics shortly after its release. Hard Core debuted at number eleven on the U. Billboard 200, and number three on Billboards Top R&B Albums, selling 78,000 copies in its first week of release, and reached the top ten of the Canadian Albums Chart. Lil' Kim certainly lives up to her provocative billing on Hard Core. Just a notch or two below other mid-'90s East Coast hardcore rap classics like the Notorious . s Ready to Die and Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt, Hard Core emulates much of the gangsta attitude that had characterized the West Coast rap of the time yet retains an East Coast production style that is built upon sampling. After all, there's no shortage of porno rap out there, but few of the niche style's practitioners can earn your respect while still tickling your fancy. Kim is one of those very few, and she showcases her talents throughout Hard Core, beginning with Big Momma Thang, her album-opening duet with Jigga. Hard Core remains her magnum opus and a definitive body of work. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, we dissected the album and ranked the songs from the least impressive to the most undeniable. Where does your favorite track land. In October of 1996, weeks before the release of her solo debut album, Hard Core, Lil Kim unveiled the LP's Puff Daddy assisted lead single, No Time, which saw Kim officially step out on her own, fully commanding the spotlight in the process. Hard Core. Hip Hop. This playlist has no tracks yet. Album release date: 14 July 2009. Intro in A-Minor. Not available in Russian Federation