Mariah carey and da brat dating

They introduced her to their producer, Jermaine Dupri, who signed her to his So So Def label.

Dupri cultivated Da Brat's image as a "female Snoop Doggy Dogg," and she became one of the first female "reality-based" rappers.

Lyrically, the song finds Carey fantasizing about her loverboy, a man that will fulfill her physical and sexual desires.

The recording was accompanied by an official remix, titled "Loverboy (Remix)", featuring guest artists Ludacris, Da Brat, Shawnna and Twenty II.

In 2003, Brat released her fourth album, titled Limelite, Luv & Niteclubz, and appeared on the 4th season of VH1's The Surreal Life.

Following her release from prison, she launched a web series about life after the experience titled "Brat Chronicles: In Transition" on You Tube.

It was released on July 16, 2001 by Virgin Records America as the lead single from Glitter (2001).

Written and produced by Carey, Larry Blackmon, Thomas Jenkins and Clark Kent, "Loverboy" is built around a sample from "Candy" by Cameo, who are also featured on the track.

The victim in that incident received six stitches for a head wound.

Harris ended up serving a year's probation, performed 80 hours of community service, and paid a

Following her release from prison, she launched a web series about life after the experience titled "Brat Chronicles: In Transition" on You Tube.

It was released on July 16, 2001 by Virgin Records America as the lead single from Glitter (2001).

Written and produced by Carey, Larry Blackmon, Thomas Jenkins and Clark Kent, "Loverboy" is built around a sample from "Candy" by Cameo, who are also featured on the track.

The victim in that incident received six stitches for a head wound.

Harris ended up serving a year's probation, performed 80 hours of community service, and paid a $1,000 fine.

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Following her release from prison, she launched a web series about life after the experience titled "Brat Chronicles: In Transition" on You Tube.It was released on July 16, 2001 by Virgin Records America as the lead single from Glitter (2001).Written and produced by Carey, Larry Blackmon, Thomas Jenkins and Clark Kent, "Loverboy" is built around a sample from "Candy" by Cameo, who are also featured on the track.The victim in that incident received six stitches for a head wound.Harris ended up serving a year's probation, performed 80 hours of community service, and paid a $1,000 fine.

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