Rapper who first found fame as a member of the duo Infamous Syndicate in the late 90's before making her solo debut with the 2002 album Worth tha Weight. She is known to fans for her speedy delivery and explicit lyrical themes as heard on songs like "Gettin' Some."
She grew up on the south side of Chicago and began writing rhymes in high schoool. She formed Infamous Syndicate with rapper Teefa in 1997.
She became the first female artist ever to sign with the Def Jam South label.
Her real name is Rashawnna Guy. Her father is legendary blues guitarist Buddy Guy.
She was featured on Ludacris' "Stand Up," making her one of the few female rappers ever to be featured on a song to top the Billboard singles charts.