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Lil Kim Announces Tour Dates, Plans to Release Documentary

In a recent interview, female hip hop veteran Lil’ Kim reveals she plans to release a new book about her prison-stint and a new documentary that will answer many unanswered questions. The 37 year-old rapper spoke to Chicago’s Morning Riot revealing her plans for a new sound:

“I got a bunch of singles that we’re getting ready to throw out in a few seconds.” “We’re going to throw out a few singles first so we can get everybody familiar with my new sound. I have a documentary that I’m going to put out and that’s going to explain a lot of things where people can stop asking me silly questions and stuff like that. When I put the documentary out, a lot of questions will be answered. I still have my book deal with St. Martin’s Press which is solely about my stay in prison.”

Although no specific dates reported on the book and documentary release, the “Crush on You” rapper has announced dates for a national tour. The tour titled “Return of the Queen” will begin in Austin, Texas May 11. Lil’ Kim will make 11 tour stops, the lucky cities includes Philadelphia, Bronx and West Hollywood. According to reports, additional dates are likely to be added.

Lil’ Kim “Return of the Queen” Tour Dates:

May 11:  Austin, TX – Emo’s

May 13: Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall

May 18: Bronx, NY – Paradise Theater

May 19: Albany, NY – Northern Lights

May 20: Philadelphia, PA – Club ONYX

May 22: Burlington, VT – Higher Ground

May 25: Markham, IL – Adrianna’s Night Club

May 27: Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theatre

June 1: Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s

June 11: San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine

June 13:  West Hollywood, CA – Key Club

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