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In an exclusive trailer for the "Origins of Hip-Hop" documentary series premiering on A&E next week, the former First Lady of Ruff Ryders talked about how her first encounter with the label was a battle between her and DMX himself.

Rapper-turned-talkshow host, Eve, announces her departer from 'The Talk' after four years as a co-host on the CBS show. While her absence will surely be felt on US television, fans can catch her on her new gig. The hustle never stops.

After years of fans wondering what happened with Eve's short-lived UPN sitcom in the early 2000s, the rap star painfully admits her penchant for partying was the cause of its cancellation. Catch Eve reveal the backstories about her life in the limelight and more on TV One's "Uncensored" docuseries.

Eve just got a new gig on The Talk and she’s already letting it be known she isn’t afraid to share her opinion, even if it may cause controversy. The Philly rapper turned TV host let it be known she isn’t feeling Nicki Minaj‘s “internet breaking” Paper magazine cover. 

Rapper and actress Eve can now add the title of talk show host to her growing resume. She will now be a permanent co-host of CBS daytime talk show, The Talk, replacing the slot vacated by Aisha Tyler.

Get ready to go down memory lane again as the Ruff Ryders take their reunion show on the road.

Ruff Ryders, the label and crew that brought us DMX, Eve, The Lox, Swizz Beatz and others are coming back together for a reunion show in Brooklyn in April.

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While some of Hip-Hop’s premier female rappers have seen more downs than ups, Eve has not only found stability in her life, but also some normality. The Philadelphia native who once proudly proclaimed herself a “vicious pitbull in a skirt,” has seen herself carve out a respectable acting career, and is now a very proud wife/step-mom living in the UK.

Iggy Azalea is as unavoidable a topic in Hip-Hop right now as any, and much of the chatter around the popular rapper has been about her authenticity. Two of Philadelphia’s finest, Jill Scott and Eve, recently discussed and dissected Iggy Azalea’s faux Black accent and much more.

Here’s a lovely treat for all you Eve fans. A previously unreleased song from the Philly rapper called “The Beat Is So Crazy,” originally recorded for Madonna’s 2008 Hard Candy album, is unearthed today.

Eve got married over the weekend to Maximillion Cooper, founder of the Gumball 3000 motor rally. He also happens to be a White guy worth an estimated $50 million, and Twitter just can’t seem to comprehend their new union.