Three months after giving birth to her daughter Royal Reign, Lil’ Kim returned to Brooklyn for a special performance at The Source360 celebration concert on Saturday night. Following a montage of photos including her new Hard Core 2K14 mixtape cover, the Queen Bee stormed the stage at Barclays Center with her 2011 mixtape title track “Black Friday.”
The rap icon served up a medley of her biggest hits including “Big Momma Thang,” “It’s All About the Benjamins,” “Get Money,” and “Magic Stick,” and brought out Havoc of Mobb Deep for the remix to “Quiet Storm.”
She capped off her set with her remix to fellow Brooklynite Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Ni**a,” and busted out a mean Shmurda Dance.
“BROOKLYN!!!! Thank U for the love,” tweeted Kim. “Had to come thru and murder the stage last night to represent for my borough.”
A reunited Wu-Tang Clan also hit the stage, along with The Diplomats, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Curren$y, and Dom Kennedy.