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In 1998, co-produced by Ro Smith, now CEO of Def Ro Inc., she released her fourth hip-hop album Order in the Court, which was released by Motown Records.
Latifah was also a member of the hip-hop collective Native Tongues.
However, on November 21, 2014, Sony Pictures Television canceled Latifah's show due to declining ratings.
Production of the series closed down, taking effect on December 18, 2014, leaving new episodes that were broadcast until March 6, 2015.
Latifah made her mark in hip-hop by rapping about issues of black women.
Her songs covered topics including domestic violence, harassment on the streets, and relationship problems.
The song "Cue the Rain" was released as the album's lead single. In January 2012, while appearing on 106 & Park with Dolly Parton, to promote Joyful Noise, Latifah stated that she had been working on a new album.
She has long been considered one of hip-hop's pioneer feminists.
Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Joe Sample, George Duke, Christian Mc Bride, and Stevie Wonder made guest appearances.
In 2008, Latifah was asked if she would make another hip-hop album.
In 20, she released two more studio albums – Trav'lin' Light and Persona.
She created the daytime talk show The Queen Latifah Show, which ran from late 2013 to early 2015 on CBS.