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Lil Kim emerged in the game in 1996 and hasn't looked back since. Through all of her ups and downs, from her fierce fashions to her sex positivity, it's safe to say that we definitely have a crush on the queen bee!
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We've always loved MJB! Just look at her! Mary J. Blige definitely had the 411 on the music, fashion, dance moves and beyond.
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Faith Evans was heralded as the First Lady of Bad Boy for a reason. The R&B songstress had it then and she definitely still has it now.
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Hey Total, can't you see what you did to us?! For their epic style and killer vocals, these ladies had it going on, and then some.
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Misa Hylton had more of a behind the scenes hand in making the Bad Boy era pop but she was nonetheless vital to their success. As the stylist to both Lil Kim and Faith Evans, Diddy's high school sweetheart and the mother to his eldest son, Justin, made sure that Kim and Faith looked flawless both on and off the stage.
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June, is that you?! Known for introducing glamorous style to the men and women of Bad Boy, the supreme stylist took glam with her everywhere she went then and now.
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We love how throwback photos always remind us of the fierce, fun fashions we dared to rock! We love this look on Cheri!
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Cassie may have Diddy's heart now but back in 2006, when her single "Me & U" dropped, the young singer had every man, woman, boy and girl, bopping to the classic summer jam.
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Queen of the boomkack, Laurieann Gibson became a household name for her work on Diddy's reality show Making the Band and she has choreographed some of the best music videos of all time.
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