Her popularity grew as she became the host and co-producer for Inside Fashion on television in Canada for the E! As a model, Hope worked for such names as Balenciaga, Robert Rodriguez, Lana Fuchs, Leila Rose, Abaete, Joanna Mastroianni, Rosa Cha, XOXO and Miss Sixty.
As for her other career highlights, they include a world tour for Versace with visits to major cities like Tokyo, Milan, London and New York and print campaigns for leading brands like Patek Philippe and Elie Saab, among others.
They were followed by two mixtapes – the trap-influenced If You're Reading This It's Too Late, and a collaboration with Future for What a Time to Be Alive – in 2015, with both earning platinum certification in the U. becoming the first album by a male solo artist to do so in over ten years.
Its single "One Dance" topped the charts in several countries, including the U.
Hip-hop is a tough game in which only the best survive.
From the early days of the male-dominated genre, female rappers have proved that women, though few in numbers, are fearless, strong especially when unified and are not only capable of standing as tall as the next man but also of outshining them.
What's more, Dworaczyk was one of the contestants in the spring 2011 edition of Celebrity Apprentice and the following year she could be seen on Fox's dating game show The Choice.
Even though she often travels and divides her time between Los Angeles, New York and Toronto, Hope regularly visits her family that still lives in her hometown of Port Lavaca, Texas.
In celebration of women's history month, we're spotlighting 31 of the greatest female rappers of all time over a 31-day series, kicking off with an interview with MC Lyte. Day 31: Lauryn Hill There's no moment quite like when listening Lauryn Hill's vocal prowess on the Fugees' "Killing Me Softly." Every listen takes your breath away.
Held at the newly opened Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk on Saturday (August 19), artists and fans from various parts of the Motherland (and the world) traveled to the Big Apple to enjoy the cultural sounds of afrobeats, dancehall and hip-hop fused music, rep for their country and most of all, celebrate... She says this with pride and confidence as she arrives at VIBE's headquarters, greeting everyone in her signature style of bright neon colors.
Born Kiran Gandhi, the musician-activist grew up between New York City and Bombay, India.
Dworaczyk first rose to fame as the Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for April 2009 which led to subsequent appearances in the magazine including as 2010's Playmate of the Year.
Ever since, she has been actively involved in all kinds of fashion-related appointments.