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The album included production by DJ Clue, Salaam Remi, Knobody and Roc Wilder among others, and featured guest appearances by Jay-Z, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Mary J. The album debuted at #32 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart, She promoted the album with magazine posters, in-store signings, club appearances and television appearances with MTV and BET.Following her first album's release, Angie began work on a second record, 2002's Animal House.In 1996, Martinez was encouraged to give rapping a shot by friend KRS-One.She appeared on his track "Heartbeat" from his 1997 album I Got Next. The first single, "Dem Thangzzz" was produced by The Neptunes, and also featured background vocals by Pharrell Williams and Q-Tip.11 years later, they still know Rihanna as the one and only Rihanna.”He continued,” She’s someone I’ve been in love with since I was 22 years old. All my adult life I’ve looked up to her even though she’s younger than me.”But sadly after that heartfelt speech and a heap of rumored romance, the two remained good friends and nothing more, There’s nothing between Durant and the “Work” singer, but he has tweeted how much he loves her and wouldn’t mind dating her.At the moment, fans have come to their own conclusion that Durant was staring at Rihanna after her comments she made during Game 1 of the Cavaliers vs. So far, Durant has laughed it off, and denied any hate for the singer. Rumors of a boyfriend in Rihanna’s life are always circulating, and she’s known to ask guys on stage for a lap dance at her concerts (with their girlfriends full blessing! The only thing we can agree on is that they make good music, but not good partners.
Since then, the exes surprised and confused the world when they collaborated in 2012 (“Nobody’s Business” and the remix of “Birthday Cake”) but they never pursued an intimate relationship again.
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