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Amber Davis


“Bounce to the” received a verbal jump from Amber Davis, who pumped up a number of the lyrics and helped dribble them vocally on the rap part collectively featuring Long Seaside, CA, performers like the wealthy J$, the sketchy Crooked We, as well as the highly accurate Sho Shot.

Quick Facts

Full Name Mia Amber Davis
Died May 10, 2011, Los Angeles, California, United States
Height 1.83 m
Nationality American
Spouse Mike Yard
Music Songs Back Into You, Ain't a Crime, Taas Noo feat. Gloc. 9, Paano, Gossip Queen, FYI 2, Wings Of A Dream, He's Not You, We Need Love, Feel Good Music, All for Nothing, Ikaw Ang Buhay Ko, In This Place, See You Soon, I Need, Daddy, So Beautiful, Heartbreaker, You Left, Jungle, Believe, Manila, Jump Around, Shine
Albums Feel Good Music, Filam
Movies Holla If I Kill You, Road Trip

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1 Weighed 300 lbs at the time of filming Road Trip (2000).



Girl Crazy 2007 Kristie Eubanks
Holla If I Kill You 2003 Video Rose (as Mia Davis)
Road Trip 2000 Rhonda
Eels: Mr. E's Beautiful Blues 2000 Video short Rhonda



The Perfect Holiday 2007 stand-in: Queen Latifah - uncredited
Life Support 2007 TV Movie stand-in: Queen Latifah - uncredited

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The Brice Kennedy Show 2003 TV Series

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1 I love Richard Metgzger. He was the first designer who I recognized as not afraid to dress the full-figured woman in silks, furs and fine fabrics. He also has a passion for designs that can be seen in his work and in the way he appreciates the female form. Richard's designs don't seem to be cut from patterns -- they fit like they're custom made! Wearing one of his designs is an experience. My all-time greatest role model in the modeling world is Tyra Banks. She is known as a model, actor and producer and those are the same credentials that I hold and aim to build upon. Tyra has turned her name into a brand and I am trying to learn from her example.
2 I think society doesn't see plus-sized women and that's the problem. Statistically, we make up an astronomical portion of this country yet we're invisible to the masses. Only recently have we begun to get the attention we deserve alongside our "skinny" counterparts. The Dove beauty campaign shed a lot of light on the fact that real women do indeed have curves. Kate Dillon in Vogue Magazine a couple of seasons ago was inspiring. Crystal Renn in fashion week for Jean-Paul Gaultier - outstanding! What we need to do to make a difference is stop taking the second class citizenship as a fact of life. We don't deserve equal treatment because we don't wear a size 2? Please! If a store doesn't carry plus sizes, ask the managers or buyers why not? If a store used to carry plus sizes and has pulled them from their stores without explanation, ask for one or stop shopping there for everything! No accessories, gifts for your straight-sized friends, perfume, shoes - nothing! Our full-figured dollar is just as valuable as anyone else's is and, as soon as we realize that, we will be unstoppable.

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