After successfully completing 10 months in a Philadelphia women's prison and 30 days of house arrest, which ended Aug. 3, Lil' Kim is back in business and looking for a new record deal.
The rapper's attorney, L. Londell McMillan, said Thursday (Aug. 10) that Kim and her label Atlantic Records are currently "having discussions" about her deal and whether or not she will continue to make music under the company's title.
"We do wish Atlantic would release and simply free Kim," stated McMillan, who also said that he "cannot confirm the details at this time" regarding the possible split from Atlantic.
Lil' Kim released 1996's Hard Core, 2000's Notorious K.I.M., 2003's La Bella Mafia and 2005's The Naked Truth.
The latter three were issued directly through Atlantic.