EVE (Tern) In 2001 she "blew your mind" with her
"scorpion" sting. In 2002, the world is witnessing the evolution of
Grammy-winner Eve as she takes a pivotal step from music to movies in two high
profile feature films: Barbershop and XXX. She will also release
her third album, "EVE-OLUTION," featuring guest stars Alicia Keyes and
Eve's multi-dimensional talents include singer, songwriter, actress, and
stylish trendsetter. Her critically acclaimed debut album, "Eve: RuffRyders'
First Lady," topped the pop, urban and rap charts, selling two million
albums. Eve received a Grammy nomination in 2002 for "Best Rap Album"
for her sophomore release, "Scorpion."
Born Jihan Jeffers, Eve landed the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Top 200 with
"Scorpion," a combination of her bold, no-holds-barred attitude and
charisma. Critics named the sensational artist "Best Female Rapper" at
the BET 2001 Music Awards. The hair-raising second single from the album,
"Let Me Blow Ya Mind" (feat. Gwen Stefani), garnered Eve the
first-ever Grammy award for "Best Rap Sung Collaboration" in 2002.
As a result of her undeniable style, Eve will debut her new clothing line,
Fetish, at the 2002 MAGIC Conference in August. Now in studio finishing her
third album, Eve is set to record with some of hip-hop's hottest producers,
including Dr. Dre, Seven and Irv Gotti. The lead off single, "Gangsta
Love," features fellow Grammy winner Alicia Keys.
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