She's Back! Lil' Kim Unveils New Track 'Took Us a Break', Discusses Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj

Following the release of the track, Queen Bee clarifies in an interview whether or not her upcoming collaborative song with Remy is about Nicki Minaj.

AceShowbiz - Lil' Kim is finally back from her hiatus. The female rapper has announced on Instagram that she has released a new track entitled "Took Us a Break". The song is expected to be included in her upcoming album. Another new track is likely to be unveiled in early 2018.

The wait is over!! Available everywhere Nov. 3rd I’m warming you up with my new track "Took Us A Break"!!! #LilKim #QueenBee #Beehive #TookUsABreak

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The track came along with a music video, where Kim and her backup dancers are seen throwing money and dancing all over the set. Dressed in a sexy bodysuit that shows her stunning figure, Queen Bee raps about wealth and status over the trap beat. "I'm a bad b***h with some old money/ Yeah, I'm balling but I want some mo' money/ Park the Lamborghini in the living room/ Elevator to the master room," she raps.

Following the release of the track, Kim, whose debut album "Hard Core" was certified double platinum, made an appearance on "Ebro in the Morning". She discussed various topics there, including her upcoming collaborative song with Remy Ma.

When asked whether or not the collaborative track would be a diss song aimed at Nicki Minaj, Kim strongly denied it. "I hate that," she said. "The messed up thing is because we are real artists, and me and Remy do what we do, no matter what we say. If I be like, 'Fake-ass such and such,' they'll be like, 'Oh! She's talking about such and such.' "

"I feel like people know me and Remy and if we gon' talk about somebody, we're going to say their name. We're gonna address them. We're gonna make it that, or whatever," she continued. "We just making music. We're doing what we do. You know what I'm saying? My mind is always on that bag. My mind ain't on ol' girl or anything else."

She concluded the interview by saying that her collaboration with the Bronx rapper would be worth listening. "What me and Remy doing is boss. It's boss. When you're real, you recognize real," she said.

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