If you were hoping to hear some new stuff from singer Lil Kim anytime soon, don't bet on it.
Kim (real name Kimberly Jones) has been banned from recording any new material by a NY judge handling the case. This comes on the heels of a breach-of-contract lawsuit from her label, Brookland Media.
The good news is that the ruling is only temporary. Brookland claims that she backed out of a deal with them even after they forked over $200,000 to her previous label, Atlantic Records, to help her out of that contract.
They even paid $12,000/month to rent a little place near her home. They're suing for $2 million, so she'd better get her checkbook out.