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Mia Young, known by her stage name Mia X, {born January 9, 1970), was the first female rapper to sign to No Limit Records. From 1995 to 1998, Mia X released three albums for No Limit: Good Girl Gone Bad, Unlady Like and Mama Drama. Unlady Like was certified gold by the RIAA for sales exceeding 500,000 copies.

Mia met with Master P, an aspiring rapper and producer who signed her to his record label, No Limit.

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  • What good mia-x we love you and please come back so you can show. These chicken head how to do the dawn from your fan in the 305 Cheryl aka caramel sweet. $$$$$$$$ tru for life
  • What good. Mia x you and. Your family have a safe holiday much love. To you from the 305 Cheryl. Aka caramel sweet 29 I am a fan for. Life. $$$$$$$$$$$$ tru for. Life
  • she killed every feature on No Limit and her solos stood up - definitely one to respect
  • Hands down. Best Female Rapper. She was killin niggaz back in her era. Please come back and make these Lil Kims, and Nikkis go and have a seat. Real ass Female. Luv ya Momma Mia..
  • And the winner is : MIA X
  • she rulz!
  • Mama mia
  • That's not correct and I am tired of people telling me that I used to live in New York and started my career there," Mia X said by phone recently, noting that she never lived in New York -- always in New Orleans. So how did this misinformation get out there in the first place? "I think it was someone at VH1 who first got it wrong in a story about me," Mia X said. It turns out it was John Bush -- a writer for All Music Guide -- who got it wrong, but then all the other websites listed above (Yahoo, AOL, VH1), plus many others, incmia xluding whoever entered the artist's Wikipedia information, copied the erroneous bio. The original mistake came about apparently based on the fact that one of the members (Denny D) of New York Inc. was from New York, but he lived in New Orleans before returning to New York, according to Mia X. So, for the record, here is the updated, accurate bio on Mia X c/o the AMOEBLOG:
  • best female rapper of all time. 5. Jean Grea 4. Jane Doe 3. Mia X 2. L Boogie 1. MC Lyte

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