Through it all, Kurupt has kept going and never stopped rapping. Overcoming his demons and learning deficiencies, his legacy was cemented by his induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Director of Programming; Robyn Arrington Greene is Vice President, Original Programming and Production; and D’Angela Proctor is Head of Original Programming and Production.Unsung is narrated by actor Gary Anthony Williams and is Executive Produced by Arthur Smith, Kent Weed and Frank Sinton of A. For more information on Unsung and Unsung Hollywood, visit TV One’s You Tube Channel and catch full the full episodes the day after premiere on and is an American rapper and actress from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.She is also the inaugural winner of the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002, for the song "Let Me Blow Ya Mind", with American singer Gwen Stefani.
In celebration of women's history month, we're spotlighting 31 of the greatest female rappers of all time over a 31-day series, kicking off with an interview with MC Lyte. Day 31: Lauryn Hill There's no moment quite like when listening Lauryn Hill's vocal prowess on the Fugees' "Killing Me Softly." Every listen takes your breath away.
During the conversation, Kurupt also spoke about dropping his plans to move to Philly when he got together with Foxy Brown and made the switch to New York.
Hip-hop has been alive and thriving over the course of the past 40 years, but being that the genre is still relatively young in comparison to others, fans have been able to watch it evolve, go through its growing pains and blossom into a billion-dollar industry that serves as the pulse of everything that’s hip and cool in pop culture.
She has also achieved success in fashion, with her clothing line, Fetish. This group covered songs from En Vogue and Color Me Badd.
She adopted the name Gangsta in high school as part of an all-female group called EDGP (pronounced "Egypt") During her early years in Philadelphia, she was educated at Martin Luther King High School. She sang in many choirs and even formed an all-female singing group (Dope Girl Posse or D. The group's manager suggested that the group should rap after seeing ABC, and Eve stuck with it. After the group split, Eve began working on a solo career under the name "Eve of Destruction." Eve has lived in Los Angeles, New York City, and most recently has resided in London.
The song won a Grammy Award in 2000, which should have been Eve's first.