Rapper and actress Eve is gearing up to share her remarkable journey with the world through her official memoir titled “Who’s That Girl?” Set to be released in September 2024, the memoir promises to offer an intimate look into Eve’s rise in hip-hop, television, and her navigation of an entertainment career while embracing roles as a wife and mother.


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Named after her iconic 2001 hit song, “Who’s That Girl?” the memoir is scheduled to be published by Hanover Square Press, as reported by People. Collaborating with author Kathy Landoli, known for her work on Lil Kim’s highly-anticipated memoir, Eve’s autobiography aims to unveil her “fearless, empowering, and inspirational” journey as a female hip-hop pioneer.

Expressing her excitement about the upcoming release, Eve shared, “I’m excited for people to get to know me on a deeper level. This story is decades in the making.” Through an Instagram announcement, she teased fans about what they can expect from the book, inviting them on a journey down memory lane.

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Born and raised in Philadelphia, Eve experienced a meteoric rise in the music industry. Her debut album in 1999, “Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryders’ First Lady,” made her the third female rapper to top the Billboard 200 charts. She further solidified her place in music history by becoming the first rapper to win a Grammy Award for Best Rap-Sung Collaboration in 2002 for her chart-topping hit “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” featuring Gwen Stefani.

Eve’s memoir promises to delve into the gritty realities of her journey from the Mill Creek Projects to the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. As the First Lady of the Ruff Ryders alongside hip-hop legends like DMX and The Lox, Eve faced numerous challenges and triumphs as a woman navigating a predominantly male-dominated industry.

Readers can anticipate behind-the-scenes revelations about Eve’s encounters with industry figures and previously undisclosed stories related to her albums. From her groundbreaking contributions to rap and fashion to her ventures in film and television, Eve’s memoir offers a comprehensive look at her multifaceted career.

Beyond her professional achievements, Eve’s memoir will also shed light on her personal life, including her widely publicized marriage and the fertility challenges she encountered on her journey to motherhood. As a former sitcom and “The Talk” host, Eve’s memoir promises to be a candid and inspiring account of her life’s journey, encapsulating the highs, lows, and everything in between.