7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Lil Kim
1. At one time, there was an accredited course at Syracuse University titled “Hip-Hop Eshu: Queen Bitch 101” (Class Code: English and Textual Studies 350).
Throughout the semester, students were asked to analyze a skit off of Kim’s sophomore album, The Notorious K.I.M, an article titled “Law And Disorder” by Dasun Allah and J.F. Ratcliffe, which chronicled the government surveillance of rappers, and an open letter by intellectual critic Sylvia Wynter titled “No Humans Involved.”
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