She is known for her dangerous curves, which she often displays in risque attire.
And rapper Lil' Kim once again flaunted her voluptuous figure when she appeared on stage in West Hollywood for the LA Pride Festival tonight.
Wearing an array of eye-popping skimpy outfits, the diminutive singer paraded her ample curves in front of a frenzied audience, shaking her behind and dancing on death-defyingly high heels.
Eye-popping: The diminutive rapper wowed the audience in micro spandex shorts, a sparkling hoodie, shades and killer high heels
For her first outfit, the Lady Marmalade rapper wore a tight-fitting sequined and beaded gold leotard.
With a plunging neck and high-cut bottom half, the outfit made no secret of the 37-year-old's famous curvy thighs and behind.
She completed the outfit with death-defyingly high silver and black heels.
Blonde bombshell: The 37-year-old actress and singer dressed for the occasion, with maximum glitter - and maximum flesh exposure
Adding height: A male dancer waves a gay pride flag during the performance
For her second costume, the feisty 37-year-old strutted her stuff in black micro shorts, a sparkly silver and black hoodie, shades and another pair of killer heels.
She was accompanied by a handful of dancers dressed ninja-style, wearing black handkerchief scarves covering their faces and holding black fans.
The performance took place in West Hollywood, also known as 'Boystown' to locals, as the sun was starting to set around six o'clock last night.
Kim, real name Kimberly Denise Jones, broke into the music business in 1994, as part of the group Junior M.A.F.I.A., which was a protegé of the late American rapper Notorious B.I.G.
Down with the cause: A poster accompanying the performance announced 'The Queen Bee is Coming'
Hip hop legend: Kim, real name Kimberly Denise Jones, broke into the music business in 1994, as part of the group Junior M.A.F.I.A., which was a protegé of the late American rapper Notorious B.I.G.
Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s first and only album was titled Conspiracy, spawned three hit singles, which helped Kim launch her solo career.
Over the years, the female rapper from Brooklyn had a string of hits and sold millions of records.
The LA Pride Festival continues over the entire weekend.