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Dana Elaine Owens, aka Queen Latifah, is a multi-talented star, New Jersey-born and mostly recognized as a talk show host; she is a singer, producer, rapper, songwriter, actress, and model.

Career Highlights

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She started her career as a member of ‘Flavor Unit’ and did beatboxing for the group ‘Ladies Fresh.’ She was recognized by Dante Ross and made her first single in 1988. It was then titled ‘Wrath of My Madness.’ She continued doing hip-hop, and all of her songs at that time lead the listeners to society issues confronted by black women. Most of them are violence, molestation, and also about relationships.

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Husband/Spouse (Name):N/A
Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)N/A
Civil StatusSingle

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Full/Real NameDana Elaine Owens
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)53 years
Date of BirthMarch 18, 1970
Place of BirthNewark, New Jersey, United States
Height1.78 m, 5 feet 10 inches
Net Worth / Wealth$70 million
OccupationActress, Producer, Rapper, Singer, Songwriter

Height, Weight, and Age

Queen Latifah's height is above average measuring 1.78 m. Being born on March 18, 1970, translates to an age of 53 years as of todays date (August 15, 2023).


"I want to see 10 female rappers getting regular rotation. It can't be all about a man's opinion."

Queen Latifah

"A lot of people are crazy, cruel and negative. They got a little too much time on their hands to discuss everybody else. I have a limited amount of energy to blow in a day. I'd rather read something that I like or watch a program I enjoy or ride my damn motorcycle or throw back a couple of shots of tequila with my friends."

Queen Latifah

"Two records put me over the top with hip-hop. One of them was 'Planet Rock,' and the other had no lyrics - it was called 'Numbers,' from a group called Kraftwerk. Every kid in the 'hood in New York and New Jersey was popping, locking, and breaking to that record. It was the hottest track on the street at the time."

Queen Latifah

"I've never been the straight rapper that is going to stand in a cipher and battle all day. I started off battle rapping, but to me, making songs became more important than freestyles... I've met many rappers who can freestyle but can't make a record."

Queen Latifah

"Don't you want to know what's real and what's not? I remember when I was a kid, you know, this whole Cold War thing. They had us scared of the Russians. So, it's almost like, what's real and what's not?"

Queen Latifah