Eve Jihan Jeffers Cooper, known professionally as Eve is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, actress, television presenter, and talk show hostess from Philadelphia. She has released four studio albums, Let There Be Eve...Ruff Ryders' First Lady, Scorpion, Eve-Olution, and Lip Lock. Eve achieved chart success with the singles, "Let Me Blow Ya Mind", "Who's That Girl", "Gangsta Lovin'" and "Tambourine". Besides solo materials, Eve earned chart-topping entries with collaborations, including "Rich Girl", "4 My People", "Who's That Girl", "You Got Me" and "Like This". Her accolades include a Grammy Award, BET Award, MTV Video Music Award, Teen Choice Award, Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Award, and two Daytime Emmy Award nominations. Eve was ranked number 46 on VH1's list of 50 Greatest Hip Hop Artists.
|Born:||Eve Jihan Jeffers, November 10, 1978, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
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|Occupation:||Rapper, singer-songwriter, actress|
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Grammy Award-winning rapper and actress best known for her single "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," which featured Gwen Stefani. She appeared in several movies, including Barbershop and its sequel. She was also the star of her own UPN sitcom entitled Eve.
Eve Before Fame
She sang in choirs as a child and formed a girl singing group called Dope Girl Posse.
Achievement of Eve
She appeared in the television series Glee in 2009 with her role as coach Grace Hitchens.
Eve Family Life
She married British entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper in June 2014. She has four stepchildren.
Associations of Eve
She collaborated with Alicia Keys on the song "Gangsta Lovin'" in 2002.
Information related to Eve (rapper)
- Ruff Ryders artists
- African-American television talk show hosts
- Rappers from Philadelphia
- Actresses from Philadelphia
- African-American female rappers
- American female rappers
- Feminist musicians
- East Coast hip hop musicians