Born: October 1, 1979, Chicago, IllinoisRashawnna Guy is the daughter of the legendary Blues Guitar Player Buddy Guy, who became famous outside of the Blues Circle courtesy of that "Buddy Guy meets Calos Santana LIVE in Hawaii" album in the early 70ies . So black music is rooted deep in her genes. Shawnna's interest for music came from a newer form of the Blues : Ice Cube's The Predator album sparked her interest in HipHop. Been in the Rap Game for a decade - now she is an official member of Ludacris mighty Disturbing The Peace Crew (DTP)- October 2004 saw the release of Shawnna's first major album called "Worth The Weight", an extra ordinary strong Debut showing Shawnna holding her weight successfully against established Rappers & artists such as N.O.R.E, Ludacris (of course), Twista, Jermaine Dupri or Missy Elliott. Further prove of her talent and versatility are those 2 Remixes from Dancehall Trax on "Worth Tha Weight" : Beenie Man & Miss Thing's - "Dude Remix" and Kardinal Offishial's "Block Reincarnated".
Rashawnna Guy (born October 1, 1979 in Chicago, Illinois), better known simply as Shawnna, is a rapper, singer and daughter of the legendary blues musician Buddy Guy signed to Ludacris' label Disturbing Tha Peace. She is also a former member of the rap group Infamous Syndicate, who released one album, 1999's Changing The Game. She released her debut solo album, Worth Tha Weight, in 2004 and her second album, Block Music, was released in 2006. Her upcoming projects include a collab album with Ludacris titled Battle of the Sexes and recording her third album.
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Rashawnna Guy (born October 1, 1979), better known by her stage name Shawnna is an American rapper. She was the first female artist signed to Def Jam through Ludacris' Disturbing tha Peace Records. She is a former member of the female Chicago rap duo Infamous Syndicate and she is also the daughter of the blues musician Buddy Guy.
She is known for her rapid fire delivery and her sexual themes. She is one of only five female rappers (others being Lauryn Hill, Missy Elliott, Lil' Kim and Remy Ma) to ever have a #1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 with 2003's "Stand Up" with Ludacris.