We loved them back in the day: their music and films were the perfect backdrop for the rollicking '90s. Remember jamming to En Vogue, Joe and Jodeci? Or watching A Different World and Living SIngle? With the likes of Eve, Lauryn Hill and Foxy Brown back in the headlines, we're wondering whatever happened to our favorite '90s stars.
Then: The Grammy-winning rapper began her career with Dr. Dre's Aftermath records but soon became the first lady of Ruff Ryders, along with DMX and Swizz Beatz. She released three studio albums and produced hits like "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" (feat. Gwen Stefani) which earned her a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002.