Lil Kim wiill be Mary J. Blige's Special Guest on Connecticut Tour Date
Mary J. Blige is the undisputed “Queen of Hip-Hop Soul” and has influenced a generation of artists. She redefined the R&B genre with her mix of rap, pop and gospel sounds blending modern Hip-Hop with songs like “Real Love”, “Family Affair” and “Be Without You”. She is one of the diverse and defining vocalists of all time with more than 50 million albums sold worldwide, 8 Multi-Platinum albums, 9 GRAMMY Awards and an array of #1 hits and albums across various Billboard
Location - Grand Theater Ticket Prices - $150, $95, and $75 Date(s)May 13, 8:00PM & May 14, 7:00PM
Lil’ Kim was stuck in an elevator for 20 minutes at New York’s Beacon Theatre.
She was trapped after performing a concert with Faith Evans, Carl Thomas and Ma$e to celebrate the screening of the P. Diddy doc “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story” at the Tribeca Film Festival.
And while the performance went off without a hitch, the petite rapper and her entourage, according to a source, “were stuck in an elevator for 20 minutes. They had an encounter with some of New York’s Bravest when the FDNY were called in to rescue them.” PageSix
Posted on 30 Apr 2017 by LilKimZone
"Can't Stop, Won't Stop: The Bad Boy Story" Premiere at the Beacon Theatre, NYC
Can't Stop, Won't Stop: The Bad Boy Story ::: In 1993, Sean "Diddy" Combs, aka Puff Daddy, founded Bad Boy Records, and in 2016, the Bad Boy Family reunited for the biggest homecoming in hip-hop history. Director Daniel Kaufman and Live Nation Productions share this raw and exclusive look behind the scenes at the history and legacy of Bad Boy through a complex portrait of the label's mastermind, Sean "Puffy" Combs, as he reunites his Bad Boy Family over the course of a frantic three week rehearsal period. As the biggest names of Bad Boy prepare to reunite, the film also looks back to trace the label's emergence in Harlem and Brooklyn, it's meteoric rise, the tragic killing of Biggie Smalls, and the lasting influence on music, fashion, marketing and culture- all while revealing the love and commitment that form the bonds between the Bad Boy family. This celebratory documentary culminates in the 2016 live performances at Brooklyn's Barclay's Center featuring iconic artists PUFF DADDY, LIL' KIM, MASE, FAITH EVANS, MARIO WINANS, 112, TOTAL, CARL THOMAS, and THE LOX.
Tribeca Film Festival Screenings 9:00 PM - FRI 4/28 Cinépolis Chelsea 6:30 PM - SAT 4/29 Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-5 3:00 PM - SUN 4/30 Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-10
Apple Music is scheduled to premiere the documentary on June 25 and also holds the exclusive rights for the film for the next year. In addition to the aforementioned Bad Boy artists, you can look forward to appearances by Uptown Records founder Andre Harrell, the legendary Clive Davis, Notorious B.I.G.’s mother Voletta Wallace, and more.