Brooklyn rap veteran Lil Kim is reunited with her “Magic Stick” collaborator 50 Cent after revealing an in-studio recording session with the G-Unit general today (December 27).
Although brief with the details, Kim also said boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was in attendance.
“In da studio with my boys @50cent @floydmayweather @clsdash and @thaboyparis lego!!!,” she tweeted December 27th. (Lil Kim’s Twitter)
Last August, Kim and Fif were spotted performing together in Australia.
50 Cent and Lil’ Kim heat up the stage for the first-ever live performance of their 2003 collaboration “Magic Stick” at the WinterBeatz Festival in Perth, Australia, on Wednesday. The Queen Bee was far from shy, grinding up against a grinning 50, who made sexual gestures with the microphone. (Rap-Up)
A month prior, 50 cleared up confusion regarding Kim allegedly joining his G-Unit team.
“She’s not actually signed to G-Unit,” 50 explained in an interview. “We didn’t even have discussions about that. I heard it, I heard people say it too. It was just like, there was no reason to give confirmation for something that didn’t actually happen at all. Like, when people say Shawty Lo is signed to G-Unit, they think that he’s actually signed an artist deal directly to G-Unit when the project that we’re doing is a lot bigger. It’s a joint venture.” (Headkrack)
In December 2010, Kim hinted at new music from her and the rap star.
“That’s my baby man. Like, 50, I’ve always been a fan of his, but I’m a big fan all over again. He is ’bout to… he is getting ready… it’s gonna be crazy, that’s all I got to say. I’m loving his new stuff. The stuff we working on together is gonna be crazy… This time around it’s not gonna be just one song. It’s gonna be a whole movie behind it, so I’m excited about this project.” (Hot 97)
Check out a recent Lil Kim interview down below: