Eve emerged as one of a new breed of tough and talented female MCs to hit the rap scene during the late '90s, alongside contemporaries Foxy Brown and Lil Kim. As part of the Ruff Ryders posse, she was hard-edged and came off as a strong, no-nonsense street MC who could hold her own with anyone on the mic, finding success on her own terms in the process. Stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist, she issued her 1999 debut Let There Be Eve...Ruff Ryders' First Lady, which topped the Billboard 200. Her 2001 sophomore effort Scorpion peaked at number four and was certified platinum, breaking her on the international stage with hit singles "Who's That Girl" and "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" enduring as era-defining classics. The latter, featuring Gwen Stefani, won a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002. That same year, her third album ...
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