Eve's new single with Sean Paul



Get ready to hear the summer banger of 2007 from Eve featuring Sean Paul called "Give It To You". This is Eve's second single from her forthcoming album "Here I Am" due in stores August 7!

About Eve
Ever since Eve broke on the scene in 1999 she's had a knack for making stardom look easy. Grammy Award winner. Check. Starring in blockbuster films. Check. Achieving elite status as a fashion icon. Check. The "blonde bombshell" is a triple threat entertainer in the truest sense of the term. And one of the reasons you can't take your eyes off of her is your ears. In an era when success in hip-hop is built on the portentous hype of saving the genre from imminent gloom and doom or testosterone driven beef, Eve remains a bankable star who grabs your attention with her consummate talent for crafting infectious hits. She's proof positive that hip-hop doesn't need to be saved or resurrected; it just needs a woman's touch every now and then.

Hence, following a successful four-year takeover of the Hollywood and fashion scene, Eve is set to drop Here I Am, a more mature and adventurous album, one she calls her best effort to date. "This is the album I've always wanted to make," she says. "In the past my albums have had a heavy male influence. Not this time. This one represents the woman I am today." And there's no doubt that the woman who brought us hits like "What Ya Want," and "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," is supremely confident that a mass variety of music lovers not just the hip-hop faithful will appreciate were she's coming from this time around. "I didn't just cater to a rap audience with this album," she says. "I can go to the Pop Top 40 with this because it's far more universal than anything I've done. You're going to pay attention to me because it's different."

Having people take notice of her talents has never been a problem for Eve Jihan Jeffers. During the late 90's and early millennium the Philadelphia-bred MC was a key component in the seminal rap squad the Ruff Ryders. As the only female in the crew that consisted of rappers DMX, The Lox and Drag-on, Eve stood out as the sexy, no-nonsense street savvy, ride-or-die chick that could hold her own amongst the boys. Anchored by chart-topping singles like the vivacious "Gotta Man" and the anti-domestic abuse classic "Love Is Blind" Eve's 1999 debut album Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryder's First Lady was a double platinum success. Her 2001 sophomore release Scorpion went platinum, while garnering her crossover appeal with the Grammy Award winning mega-hit "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," featuring Gwen Stefani.

It didn't take long for Hollywood to come calling on Eve for her unique and commercially viable persona. The self-professed "pitbull in a skirt" was maturing into a glamorous avant-garde fashion goddess. In 2002 she made her silver screen debut in Vin Diesel's action blockbuster XXX, but it was her role later that year as the feisty female barber Terri, in Ice Cube’s Barbershop that would win her the most attention for future employment. UPN network quickly tapped Eve to produce and star in a self-titled sitcom about a fashion designer. With her newfound celebrity in Tinsel town it seemed appropriate that Eve would release her aptly titled third album Eve-Olution in the summer of 2002. Focused more on her growth as a person through love and relationships the album's memorable features include the alluring collaboration with Alicia Keys "Gangsta Love" and the Grammy nominated, Dr. Dre produced single "Satisfaction".