The same year Lil' Kim was featured on the remix of "Naughty Girl" by Beyoncé.In December 2004, Lil' Kim began recording a pilot for a VH1 reality show titled 718 Makeover. A, she testified not to have known they were at the scene. District Court, to twelve years in federal prison as part of plea bargain in which he admitted to firing at least twenty rounds during the incident.Throughout her career, Lil' Kim has sold more than 15 million albums and 30 million singles worldwide. 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. On June 27, 2000, Lil' Kim released her second album The Notorious K. Despite the limited success of its singles, the album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 and number 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, selling 229,000 copies in its first week.and one of the top 50 greatest MCs of all time in the book There's a God on the Mic. Many of her friends also went there and she would often skip school to hang out with them. Lil' Kim's increasing popularity as a member of Junior M. It was on this LP that the well-known hip-hop feud between Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown escalated.
She was released on July 3, 2006, after serving approximately 12 months.
The album was certified platinum in the US, Lil' Kim was nominated for five Source Awards and won two ("Female Hip-Hop Artist of the Year", and "Female Single of the Year").
The album also got two Grammy Award nominations for Best Female Rap Solo Performance ("Came Back For You") and Best Rap Collaboration ("Magic Stick").
The song was successful, becoming Jones third consecutive top 10 hit in Germany after her number 5 hit "Lady Marmalade".
In 2002, Lil' Kim recorded a new entrance theme for then World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Women's Champion Trish Stratus entitled, "Time to Rock 'n Roll", which was used during broadcasts, until Stratus' retirement.
The 718 in the title is the area code for Brooklyn, where Lil' Kim grew up. On March 17, 2005, Lil' Kim was convicted of three counts of conspiracy and one count of perjury for lying to a Federal grand jury about her and her friends' involvement in a 2001 shooting outside the Hot 97 studios in Manhattan. Butler and Jackson have since pleaded guilty to gun charges. The length of the sentence was said to have been influenced by his previous gun-related convictions.