Happy Birthday to Queen Latifah, Born March 18, 1970
Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Queen Latifah’s musical legacy and share your personal the latter. The Queen Latifah Show, a daytime talk show, debuted in 1999 and ran in syndication memories of her with us in the comments below! Born: March 18, 1970 Biography (AllMusic): Queen Queen Latifah Happy Birthday to Queen Latifah, Born March 18, 1970 Me." In 1989, Latifah's full-length debut, All Hail the Queen, was released to strongly favorable Queen Latifah and hooked up with the Native Tongues collective, which sought to bring a more Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Queen Latifah’s musical legacy and share your personal memories of her with us.
SOUNDTRACK SALUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of the Music From ‘New Jack City’
Featuring Ice-T, Johnny Gill, Guy, Keith Sweat, and Troop & LeVert with Queen Latifah, the Queen Latifah collaboration “For the Love of Money / Living for the City”—a stellar medley of the
Happy Birthday to Monie Love, Born July 2, 1970
commercial notice in the United States in 1989 for her cameos on Queen Latifah's Grammy Award-winning and audiences as a protégé of American emcee Queen Latifah, as well as through her membership in the late included Queen Latifah, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, the Jungle Brothers, and a number of other acts
TRAILER: ‘The Art of Organized Noize’ Documentary Celebrates Sonic Pioneers of Southern Hip-Hop
Quincy Jones III (a.k.a. QDIII) and executive produced by Queen Latifah through her Flavor Unit
PLAYLIST: Portrait of a Phenomenon – Lilith Fair 1997-1999
, Pat Benatar, Suzanne Vega, Queen Latifah, Natalie Merchant, and Meshell Ndegeocello, among dozens of
ALBUMISM SELECTS: The 15 Greatest Native Tongues Albums, Ranked & Revisited
Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, Queen Latifah, Black Sheep and Monie Love―was Nature of a Sista), Queen Latifah’s third long player solidified her right to bear the crown of hip Queen Latifah | QUEEN LATIFAH | All Hail the Queen Tommy Boy (1989) Revisited by Quentin Harrison Dana Owens, better Tongue big sis Queen Latifah, as the voices of hip-hop feminism, Down to Earth manufactured two Queen Latifah’s “Ladies First,” Monie Love garnered as much buzz from New York City to Los Angeles and
ALBUMISM SELECTS: The 15 Greatest Native Tongues Albums, Ranked & Revisited (Part 2 of 2)
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FILM REVIEW + INTERVIEW: Celebrating the Indelible Art & Legacy of Organized Noize
produced by Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere for Flavor Unit Entertainment, The Art of Organized
INTERVIEW: Jazz Renaissance Man Christian McBride Captures the Magic of Music
, Diana Krall, Queen Latifah, Lalah Hathaway and James Brown. An advocate for building organic
INTERVIEW: Gordon Chambers Feels the Music, Finds the Truth
, Chaka Khan, Queen Latifah, Patti LaBelle, Phyllis Hyman, Usher, The Isley Brothers, Aaron Neville
Happy Birthday to Kelvin “Posdnuos” Mercer, Born August 17, 1969
York-based alternative rappers that also included A Tribe Called Quest, Queen Latifah, the Jungle
SOUNDTRACK SALUTE: Nine ‘90s Soundtracks That Still Sound Superb Today
featuring brief cameos by the likes of Samuel L. Jackson, Queen Latifah, Doctor Dre & Ed Lover, Fab
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Naughty By Nature’s ’19 Naughty III’
Style, they originally came to the attention of the legendary Queen Latifah, and became some of the
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