Lead single "The Best of Me" was co-penned by Teron Beal, Swizz Beatz, and Jadakiss along with singers Jimmy Cozier and Mashonda, while second single "Case of the Ex" marked the singer's first collaboration with producer Tricky Stewart, who would become a frequent collaborator on future projects.
Harrison's fourth studio album Liberation (2007) was developed by songwriters and producers with whom she had previously collaborated as well as different artists.
Scott Storch, Stewart, and Carvin & Ivan each co-wrote and co-produced two songs out of 13, with different writers and producers, including Kwamé, J. Rotem, and Bryan Michael Cox also significantly contributing to the album.
Kimberly Denise Jones was born on July 11, 1974 in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York City USA, and is a songwriter, record producer, model, and actress, but is primarily known as a rapper since her breakthrough when performing with Notorious B. Martin, ‘Zoolander’ directed by Ben Stiller, ‘Juwanna Mann’ directed by Jesse Vaughan, ‘Gang of Roses’ directed by Jean-Claude La Marre, ‘Nora’s Hair Salon’ directed by Jerry La Mothe, ‘You Got Served’ directed by Chris Stokes, ‘Lil’ Pimp’ directed by Mark Brooks, and ‘Superhero Movie’ directed by Craig Mazin.
The album contained several successful singles, including ‘No Time’ with Puff Daddy, ‘Crush on You’ and others.
Lil’ Kim parents divorced when she was nine, after which she lived with her father Linwood Jones until she left home as a teenager, partly because she attended school irregularly, and lived with friends or on the street. Her debut album ‘Hard Core’, jumped in at eleventh place on the US Billboard 200 chart,and later the album achieved double platinum certification.
A., and releasing the album ‘Conspiracy’ which was very successful, reaching number eight on the US Billboard 200 chart in its first week, selling over 69,000 albums, which showed the great interest and good evaluation of the public.
Harrison worked with a wider range of producers on her second album Fear of Flying (2000), including Rodney Jerkins, Wyclef Jean, Robin Thicke, and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis to embrace a more mature sound.2 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart), "I Need You Tonight" (No. The song was successful, becoming Jones third consecutive top 10 hit in Germany after her number 5 hit "Lady Marmalade". allowed her to start a solo career shortly after the Conspiracy album was released, and she began working on what would become her debut album Hard Core by late 1995. and even though she had not had an album of her own released, she was seen on dozens of remixes and guest appearances on other artist's records. The album marked a new image and revamped look for the rapper.known by her stage name Lil' Kim, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, model, and actress. got her music career start in 1995 with his group Junior M. 1 rap hits: "No Time", "Not Tonight (Ladies Night remix)", and "Crush on You", a record for a female rapper. During her incarceration, her fourth album The Naked Truth was released. The group's first and only album, Conspiracy, was released to mediocre reviews and moderate sales on August 29, 1995 and debuted at number eight on the U. Billboard 200 chart, selling 69,000 copies in its first week of release. Jones' increasing popularity as a member of Junior M. In 2001, Jones teamed up with Christina Aguilera, Pink, and Mýa to remake "Lady Marmalade", which was originally written about a bordello in New Orleans and performed by the group Labelle (which included diva Patti La Belle) 25 years earlier. film soundtrack, released in April 2001, and stayed No. Jones also performed in two international hit singles.She was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, living much of her adolescent life on the streets after being expelled from home. She returned to the public eye in 2009 with an appearance on Dancing with the Stars. aka Biggie Smalls (real name Christopher Wallace), who was a key figure in both her personal and artistic life, particularly after Wallace gained popularity and influence through his relationship with Bad Boy Records, founded by Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs. Hale Vocational High School for two and a half years. was instrumental in introducing and promoting the Brooklyn-based group, Junior M. Wallace wrote (and ghostwrote) most of the album's material. "In the Air Tonite", a remix of the Phil Collins song "In the Air Tonight" and duet with Collins, was released as a single from the Collins tribute album Urban Renewal.