The Lady of Rage

Biography: Robin Yvette Allen, is better known as Death Row records recording Artist the Lady of Rage. A native of Farmville, VA, she was discovered by Death Row's Dr. Dre, and had made appearances on Dr. Dre "the Chronic" and Snoop Dogg's "Doggystyle", Snoop Dogg's before releasing her first single "Afro Puffs" in 1994 which was featured on The "Above The Rim" soundtrack. In 1997, she released her solo debut and her only album to date, "Necessary Roughness". Since then, she has appeared on Snoop Dogg's "Tha Last meal" "Paid da Cost to be da Bo$$" and "Welcome to da Chuuch : The Album." She appeared on Snoop Dogg's 2002 release : "Snoop Dogg presents: Doggystyle Allstars: Welcome to the House, vol. 1" with a solo track called "Unfukwittable". She also has had numerous tv appearances. She played the recurring role of Coretta on the WB's "The Steve Harvey Show". She appeared in an episode of Nickelodeon's "Kenan and Kel". She made her movie debut in 1998's "Ride" in which she co-stared withRobin Yvette Allen, is better known as Death Row records recording Artist the Lady of Rage. A native of Farmville, VA, she was discovered by Death Row's Dr. Dre, and had made appearances on Dr. Dre "the Chronic" and Snoop Dogg's "Doggystyle", Snoop Dogg's before releasing her first single "Afro Puffs" in 1994 which was featured on The "Above The Rim" soundtrack. In 1997, she released her solo debut and her only album to date, "Necessary Roughness". Since then, she has appeared on Snoop Dogg's "Tha Last meal" "Paid da Cost to be da Bo$$" and "Welcome to da Chuuch : The Album." She appeared on Snoop Dogg's 2002 release : "Snoop Dogg presents: Doggystyle Allstars: Welcome to the House, vol. 1" with a solo track called "Unfukwittable". She also has had numerous tv appearances. She played the recurring role of Coretta on the WB's "The Steve Harvey Show". She appeared in an episode of Nickelodeon's "Kenan and Kel". She made her movie debut in 1998's "Ride" in which she co-stared with Moesha star Fredro Starr (of rap group Onyx). In 2005, she released a mixtape "VA 2 LA" to promote her new label, Boss Lady Entertainment. As of 2007, She is in the recording studio making her next album, "Verbal Abuse". Expand

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Highest Metascore: 41 Next Friday
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41 Next Friday Jan 12, 2000 Baby D' 6.0