Rashod D. Ollison of the Baltimore Sun reviewed Lil’ Kim’s latest album ‘La Bella Mafia’, calling it “more focused, more evolved.” Ollison said, “Where ‘The Notorious K.I.M’ lacked inspiration, ‘La Bella Mafia’ is more charged. But the record, like most recent hip-hop albums, is spotty and runs too long. The lead single, the chugging Timbaland-produced ‘The Jump Off,’ and the Beastie Boys-sampled ‘Hold It Now’ are the best tracks on the 16-cut album. Kim proves throughout, though, that her skills on the mike are tight and legit.”
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