Queen Latifah is an American actress, producer, and singer-songwriter. She started her recording career in the late 1980s, releasing her debut album All Hail the Queen in 1989. Her second album Nature of a Sista’ was released in 1991. After this, she pursued acting and starred as Khadijah James on the Fox sitcom Living Single. At the same time, she released her third album Black Reign, which generated the hit song “U.N.I.T.Y.”. Later in 1996, she starred in the film Set It Off. After this, she released her fourth album Order in the Court. In 2002, she starred in the musical film Chicago, for which she got an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. In the 2010s, she hosted her own talk show The Queen Latifah Show. Recently, she had performances in the films Miracles from Heaven and Girls Trip, as well as starred as Carlotta Brown in the TV series Star.