(AllHipHop News) Earlier this week, Lil Kim informed her fans she had to push back the release date of her next album. An Instagram Story post seemed to place the blame on the eOne music label and Spotify streaming service.
Kim returned to IG to provide an update to the situation. The 44-year-old rap legend wrote "our frustration has been heard" and "we have worked it out and we are one big happy family again."
The self-proclaimed Queen Bee also told her 2.5 million followers to look out for a new album release date. In a separate Instagram post, Kim promoted a link to her new song "No Auto Blanco."
Lil Kim was a prominent member of The Notorious B.I.G.'s Junior M.A.F.I.A crew. The rapstress released her classic debut studio LP, Hard Core, in 1996. That album was followed by 2000's The Notorious K.I.M., 2003's La Bella Mafia, and 2005's The Naked Truth.