Faith Evans Biography
(R&B Singer Known for Her Albums 'Faith', 'Keep the Faith' and 'Faithfully')
Birthday: June 10, 1973 (Gemini)
Born In: Lakeland, Florida, United States
One of the greatest R&B singers of all time, Faith Evans is a Grammy Award winner who began to sing at the age of two. She is one of the most muti-talented singers and musicians in the music industry. A hip-hop vocalist and a composer, Faith Evans is one of the most gifted and skillful songwriters. A victim of the many violent crimes in the hip-hop music industry, she witnessed all the grueling violence to which she lost her husband, rapper The Notorious B.I.G, who was murdered mysteriously. In order to pay tribute to her slain husband she performed for the song, ‘I'll Be Missing You’, which became one of the most popular and bestselling songs of all time. She is also one of the most successful record producers and has managed to achieve great success in that arena. She has also been an actress and has worked in a few films and minor television roles. Her autobiographical book titled, ‘Keeping the Faith’, was one of the bestselling books featured on The New York Times bestsellers list.