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La Bella Mafia

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Download links and information about La Bella Mafia by Lil' Kim. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:05:33 minutes.

Artist: Lil' Kim
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:05:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Explicit album version) 1:25
2. Hold It Now (feat. Havoc) (w/radio interlude) (Explicit album version) 5:25
3. Doing It Way Big (Explicit album version) 4:00
4. Can't F*** With Queen Bee (feat. Governor & Shelene Thomas with Full Force) (Explicit album version) 4:58
5. HollyHood Skit (Explicit album version) 0:51
6. Shake Ya Bum Bum (feat. Lil' Shanice) (Explicit album version) 3:18
7. This Is Who I Am (feat. Swizz Beatz & Mashonda) (Explicit album version) 3:16
8. The Jump Off (Album Version) 3:54
9. This Is a Warning (Explicit album version) 3:42
10. (When Kim Say) Can You Hear Me Now? (feat. Missy Elliott) (Explicit album version) 3:12
11. Thug Luv (feat. Twista) (w/radio interlude) (Explicit album version) 4:12
12. Magic Stick (Explicit album version) 5:59
13. Get In Touch With Us (feat. Styles P) (Explicit album version) 3:47
14. Heavenly Father (feat. "Big Hill") (Explicit album version) 5:07
15. Tha Beehive (feat. Reeks, Bunky S.A., Vee & Saint from the Advakids) (w/radio interlude) (Explicit album version) 8:07
16. Came Back For You (Explicit Version) 4:20

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Kimberly Jones has always had talent on her side - both her own and that of her studio associates. La Bella Mafia moves with an agitated funkiness that brings to mind the best of Missy Elliot. Although these tracks are the products of several different producers (Timbaland, Kanye West, Swizz Beatz), this fact seems beside the point, given the album's cohesive sound and identity. Any doubters will have to hold their tongues for at least a moment, as Kim literally backs her boastfulness with a series of stomping hip-hop tracks that repay multiple hearings while also inciting unstoppable dance-floor action. Many listeners will be drawn initially by "Magic Stick," a droll, sexy collaboration with 50 Cent. However, they should stick around for the rest; this is one album that goes much deeper than its sexy cover.