Queen Latifah
by Rachel A. Koestler-Grace

Queen Latifah
Queen Latifah
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Queen Latifah may not have been the first female rapper, but she was the first to become a bona fide star. Growing up in the New Jersey projects, Queen Latifah, born Dana Owens, displayed a determination that helped her muscle her way to the top. Her resilience was tested with the painful divorce of her parents and the accidental death of her beloved brother. In 1993, her album Black Reign became the first rap record by a female artist to go gold. Soon, she expanded her considerable talents to acting, hosting a talk show, and serving as a spokesmodel for the classic American makeup brand CoverGirl.

Queen Latifah
by Rachel A. Koestler-Grace

ISBN: 9780791097304
ISBN-10: 0791097307
Publisher: Checkmark Books
Publication Date: November 2007
Format: Trade Paperback, 104 pages, 6.5" x 9.25"
Book Type: New

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