Queen Latifah not dead, American rapper, actress, and singer death rumors UNTRUE

Queen Latifah not dead, American rapper, actress, and singer death rumors UNTRUE

Queen Latifah Death Hoax – There has been a rumor of Queen Latifah’s death recently. Some have post host her fake death on their Facebook page without confirming it. Following that, we engage in some research into Queen Latifah. We were able to confirm that she is not only alive but also safe, proving that the report that was circulating on social media is completely unfounded.

Who is Queen Latifah?

Dana Elaine Owens is an American rapper, actress, and singer who goes by the name Queen Latifah on the job. She was born in Newark, New Jersey, and signed with Tommy Boy Records in 1989. On November 28, 1989, her first album, All Hail the Queen, with the hit single “Ladies First,” came out. Nature of a Sista’ was her second and last album for Tommy Boy Records. It came out in 1991.

Dana Elaine Owens was born on March 18, 1970, in Newark, New Jersey. She mostly lived in East Orange, New Jersey. Rita Lamae (née Bray), who died in 2018, was a teacher at Irvington High School, where Latifah went to school. Her father, Lancelot Amos Owens, was a police officer. When Latifah was ten, her parents split up.

Latifah was brought up as a Baptist. She went to Catholic school in Newark, New Jersey, and Essex Catholic Girls’ High School in Irvington, but she graduated from Irvington High School. Queen Latifah went to Borough of Manhattan Community College after high school.

When she was eight, she looked in a book of Arabic names to find her stage name. It was Latifah, which means “delicate” and “very kind” in Arabic. Latifah was a power forward on her high school basketball team. She was always tall, standing 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) tall. She sang the song “Home” from The Wiz in a play at her elementary school.

Queen Latifah Career

She started beatboxing for the hip-hop group Ladies Fresh and was an original member of the Flavor Unit. At the time, the Flavor Unit was a group of MCs led by producer DJ King Gemini, who made a demo recording of Queen Latifah’s rap Princess of the Posse. He gave the recording to the host of Yo! MTV Raps, Fab 5 Freddy.

The song caught the attention of Dante Ross, who worked for Tommy Boy Music. Ross signed Latifah and put out her first single, “Wrath of My Madness,” in 1989. In later years, Ice Cube and Lil’ Kim used Latifah’s track as a sample in their songs “Wrath of Kim’s Madness” and “You Can’t Play With My Yo-Yo.” Latifah’s voice goes up and down two octaves. She is known as a contralto because she can both sing and rap.

In 2008, people asked Latifah if she was going to make another hip-hop album. She was quoted as saying that the album was already done and that its name would be “All Hail the Queen II.” The next year, in 2009, she put out an album called Persona. The first single from the album was the song “Cue the Rain.” Queen Latifah and Tony Bennett sang “Who Can I Turn To” together in 2011 for his album Duets II. Latifah said she was making a new album when she was on 106 & Park with Dolly Parton to promote Joyful Noise in January 2012.

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