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Do the Damn Thing (Featuring Lil' Kim) - Single

Lil' Kim & Rupee

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Peep this track!

At 102 BPM's it's a good energy track that can be bumped hard in da club! Definitley worth checkin' out, especially if your a DJ.

Can't Get Any Betta!

Thiz song defitnetly had me up dancing at all the jamz i went to in '05.And Lil' Kim addz the hip hop flava to the song.So it is a must that everyone should buy.

hot song

i love this song for many reasons. it has a carribean feeling. hot beat nice lyrics lil kim kind of kills it but it's still ok. nice song to listen to once in a while. also you can dance 2 this song

Biography

Born: July 11, 1975 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After making her presence known on Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s debut album, Conspiracy, Lil' Kim launched a solo career in 1996 with the release of her first record, Hard Core. As the album's title implies, Kim was a rarity among female rappers — one who not only concentrated on edgy hardcore rap but also explicit sexuality, two territories that had long been the province of male rappers. Of course, Kim's near-pornographic sexuality and hard-edged...
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Do the Damn Thing (Featuring Lil' Kim) - Single, Lil' Kim
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  • Genres: Alternative, Music, World, Caribbean, R&B/Soul
  • Released: Jun 28, 2005

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