Faith Evans Talks to Larry King About Collaboration With Lil’ Kim [Interview]

Faith Evans

By Jack Barnes

Faith Evans recently sat down with Larry King on multi-emmy nominated series ‘Larry King Now’ and dishes about the long-awaited collaboration with rapper  Lil’ Kim on her new album The King & I. “I told her like I really want you to express how you felt for him and how his passing affected [you]” Faith Evans exclusively tells Larry King how she encouraged Kim to express her feelings for Notorious B.I.G. on the record. The two have historically had bad blood, but two decades after they were both linked to Biggie Smalls, Faith Evans opens up about what led to her collaboration with Lil’ Kim Enjoy thisvideo stream below after the jump.

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