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Nivea first made waves when she joined Mystikal for his smash strike “Risk.” Her self-titled debut made an appearance on Jive in 2001 and was reissued the next year, because of the achievement of “Risk” and “Don’t Wreck havoc on the air.” The second option cut became a member of Nivea and Structured Noize (of TLC’s “Waterfalls” popularity) in the creation table and Jagged Edge’s Brian and Brandon Casey on visitor vocals. “Ya Ya Ya” was made by R. Kelly and debuted in November 2002. In early 2003, “Don’t Wreck havoc on My Guy” gained a Grammy nod for Greatest R&B Performance by way of a Duo or Group with Vocal. Complicated implemented in 2005 and spawned only 1 marginal strike, the Lil Jon-produced “Okay.”

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