Lil’ Mama

Lil Mama Confronts Haters with New Music [Video]

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Lil Mama is pouring her pain into her music. After her highly-publicized breakdown during an interview with “The Breakfast Club” in July, the 22-year-old femcee returned to the stage, expressing her emotions through song at the Black Girls Rock! & Soul concert at S.O.B.’s in New York City on Thursday.

The “America’s Best Dance Crew” judge rocked long hair and a pink adidas tracksuit while debuting two new tracks. “If you’re on the Internet, I’m sure you know what’s been going on with my career, people tryna dog me, disrespect. But that’s all right ’cause I’m a black girl and I rock,” she told the audience. “You know when the haters wanna talk and be disrespectful, I actually wrote this song before the radio interview happened and all that stuff. Basically this song is [about] they gon’ say what they gon’ say and they gon’ do what they gon’ do ’cause I’ma do me.”

She performed a second song called “Hustler Girl,” which she dedicated to all the women who have dealt with adversity. “My verses are speaking from my life and my truth, but at the same time it’s dedicated to all of you,” she said.

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Video: Lil Mama – ‘Scrawberry’

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Lil Mama gets dolled up in the Phil Lee-directed video for her mixtape single “Scrawberry,” which samples Special Ed’s “I Got It Made.” The pint-sized raptress dons a variety of colorful wigs and outfits as she performs in a miniature dollhouse, paying homage to her role model MC Lyte with her quick rhymes.

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First Listen: Lil Mama f/ Snoop Dogg – ‘NY NY LA LA’


Lil Mama may be planning a move to Paris, but for now she’s sticking to “NY NY LA LA.” The spunky New Yorker mixes East Coast bang with West Coast slang on her brand new single, a funky old school jam featuring a verse from Cali kingpin Snoop Dogg, who raps, “In the past I had a little drama, but now I’m back with Lil Mama.”

“Snoop is like family. He really embraced me. That’s my guy right there,” the 21-year-old femcee told “It’s always a pleasure and he’s really busy, as far as music is concerned, so for him to take the time out to work with me on my record was an absolute pleasure.” has your exclusive first listen to their bicoastal collaboration!

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Lil Mama Bridges Coasts with Snoop Dogg on New Record

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Lil Mama is bringing the East and West Coasts together. The New Yorker has hooked up with West Coast kingpin Snoop Dogg for a new collaboration.

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Rap-Up TV: Is Lil Mama Quitting Music?

Is Lil Mama hanging up the mic? Rap-Up TV caught up with the 21-year-old rapper at this weekend’s MTV Movie Awards, where she hinted at her departure from music. “I’m just living my life. I’m about to move to Paris. I don’t even know about music anymore,” said the “America’s Best Dance Crew” judge, who recently released her new single “On & On & On.”

She also shared her thoughts on fellow femcee Nicki Minaj, a recent guest on “ABDC.” “She’s talented and she’s doing her thing and she has her path and I wish her the best. God bless her.”

New Music: Lil Mama – ‘On & On & On’

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Lil Mama has been keeping busy as a judge on “America’s Best Dance Crew,” but she returns to the mic with a new song “On & On & On.” The Voice of the Young People wastes no time putting her competitors in their place. “I met a lot girls tryna stop my flow/ Met a lot of girls tryna stop my dough/ Stop my flow, no you can’t do,” raps the 21-year-old, who teased of more new music on the way.

Has she stepped up her flow? Listen below.

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Lil’ Mama Spreads Cheer at Chris Brown’s Christmas Extravaganza

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It’s been a minute since we’ve seen Lil’ Mama, but the “Lip Gloss” rapper popped up for a performance at Chris Brown’s “All Black Christmas Extravaganza” at Webster Hall in NYC on Thursday night, looking grown up with a short pixie haircut. Breezy, who hosted the holiday gig, was snapped getting down to Mama’s music from the balcony.

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