|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Somebody Else||4||Audio||1997||H.O.L.A. Recordings|
|3||Underground Lockdown||2||Audio||1997||H.O.L.A. Recordings|
|4||All Woman||16||Audio||1997||H.O.L.A. Recordings|
|5||Coast To Coast||4||Audio||1997||H.O.L.A. Recordings|
|6||Underground Lockdown||2||Audio||1997||H.O.L.A. Recordings|
|7||P. E. 2000||3||Audio||1999|
|8||P. E. 2000||3||Audio||1999|
|10||P. E. 2000||4||Audio||1999||Bad Boy Entertainment|
Puerto Rican MC who made her first appearance on Redmans single "Tonight's Da Night" in 1992. She latter went on to become a full member of the Def Squad, appearing on albums by Eric Sermon and Keith Murray. Around 1996 she left the Def Squad and, in the same year, worked with artists such as Xzibit and Delinquent Habits. In 1997, she released her debut album "All Woman" (Executively produced by Madonna affiliate Jellybean). Around the time she began working and performing with a number of different acts, including Organized Konfusion, Cocoa Brovaz, and Diddy (Puff Daddy).
After taking some time out to raise her daughter, she is now embarking on a return to music.