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Faith Evans

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Faith Renée Evans (born June 10, 1973) is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, actress and author. Born in Florida and raised in New Jersey, Evans relocated to Los Angeles during 1993 for a career with the music business. After working as a backing vocalist for Al B. Sure and Christopher Williams, she became the first female artist to be contracted with Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment recording company during 1994, for which she released three platinum-certified studio albums between the years 1995 and 2001. During 2003, she ended her relationship with the company to contract with Capitol Records. Other than her recording career, Evans is known as the widow of New York rapper Christopher "The Notorious B.I.G." Wallace, whom she married on August 4, 1994, a few weeks after meeting at a Bad Boy photoshoot. The turbulent marriage resulted in Evans' involvement in the East Coast-West Coast hip hop feud, dominating the rap music news at the time, and ended with Wallace's murder in a yet-unsolved drive-by shooting in Los Angeles, California during March 1997. A 1997 tribute single featuring Puff Daddy and the band 112, named "I'll Be Missing You", became Evans' best-selling song to date and won her a Grammy Award during 1998. Also an avocational actress and writer, Evans made her screen debut in the 2000 musical drama Turn It Up by Robert Adetuyi. Her autobiography Keep the Faith: A Memoir was released by Grand Central Publishing during 2008 and won a 2009 African American Literary Award for the Best Biography/Memoir category. Description above from the Wikipedia article Faith Evans, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jun 10, 1973 Dans Lakeland, Florida
Crédits Movie / TV :
Apparu en premier:
Dans le movie Mission Save Her
Dernier projet:
Film Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders 2018-02-16
Connu pour
Poster of Soul Kittens Cabaret
Poster of The Fighting Temptations
Poster of Turn It Up
Film The 1998 Billboard Music Awards Herself 2019
Film Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders Herself 2018-02-16
Film 2000 Essence Awards Herself 2018-02-15
Film Mission Save Her None 2018
Film Girls Trip Herself 2017-07-21
Film Biggie: The Life of Notorious B.I.G. Herself 2017-09-04
Film Can't Stop, Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story Herself - Interviewee / Performer 2017-06-23
Series Leave It to Stevie Herself 2016-12-19
Film The Official Top 50 Best-Selling Singles of the 90s and 00s Herself 2015-02-19
Film The Secret to Success: They Can No Longer Keep It from Us Herself - Interviewee 2015-06-06
Film Black Girls Rock! Herself 2015-04-05
Film R&B Divas Pre Party Herself 2013-04-13
Film Celebration of Gospel Herself 2012-03-17
Series R&B Divas Herself 2012-08-20
Film Soul Kittens Cabaret Demon 2011-01-11
Film An Evening of Stars: Tribute to Chaka Khan Herself 2011-01-29
Film Inside: Teena Marie Herself 2011-04-17
Film Soul Kittens Cabaret Bad Conscience 2011-01-11
Film I Got a Story to Tell: The Lyrics of Biggie Smalls Herself 2009-04-20
Film 2nd Annual VH1 Hip-Hop Honors Herself 2005-09-26
Film Bad Boy's 10th Anniversary... The Hits Herself 2004-03-09
Film Bad Boy's 10th Anniversary... The Hits 2004-03-09
Film The Fighting Temptations Maryann Hill 2003-09-17
Film The Fighting Temptations Maryann Hill 2003-09-19
Film The 16th Annual Soul Train Music Awards Herself - Host 2002-03-30
Film 17th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards Herself 2002-01-22
Film The 27th Annual American Music Awards Herself - Performer 2000-01-17
Film Turn It Up Natalie 2000-09-06
Film Arista Records' 25th Anniversary Celebration Herself 2000-05-15
Film Turn It Up Natalie 2000-09-06
Film Whitney Houston: The Greatest Hits Herself 2000-05-22
Film 1999 Essence Awards Herself 1999-02-14
Film 3rd Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards Herself 1997-09-05