Profile on Queen LatifahQueen Latifah was born on 18 th March 1970 (47 years old), the daughter of LancelotOwens and Rita (Queen Latifah, 2017a). Queen Latifah was born as Dana Elaine Owens and sheis a leading African America award actress, entrepreneur, music producer, singer, and rapper.She has continuously influenced the music industry and plays an important role in expanding themusic industry through altering across different genres (Queen Latifah, 2017b).Queen Latifah approach to music has contributed to increasing in number of audiences.Her empowering lyrics, honesty, dedication and friendliness to her audiences and art have playedan important role in increasing the number of audiences. Queen Latifah continues to be respectedbecause of a general approach to educating and raising awareness through her music and relatedcomposition. Queen Latifah continuously advocates and support programs targeting drug abuseand HIV/AIDs epidemic (Queen Latifah, 2017a). The passion is attributed to the death of hertwo cousins to these problems. In the song U.N.I.T.Y, the problem of challenges incommunicated are raised, and the reasons may be attributed to the lack of awareness andignorance meaning educating and raising the awareness in the community.In 2011, she partnered with Tony Bennet to sing the song called “Who Can I Turn To.”In the song, Queen Latifah points to loneliness and other challenges through stating “Who can ISurname 2turn to when nobody needs me? My heart wants to know, and so I must go where destiny leadsme With no star to guide me and no one beside me” meaning that she had to use her own skillsand capacities to determine her future. She did not have an individual to guide her during heryounger apart from the mother and no coach or mentor. Apart from the aspiration, it is evidentthat Queen Latifah came from the challenged background without effective mechanisms to createand sustain a conducive environment to support creativity and innovation and other socialrequirements.The focus of Queen Latifah music is rapping and singing about issues affecting the blackwomen and by extension African American population challenges and problems. The focus ofsome of her music in advocating for the black woman include relationship programs, harassmenton the streets, and domestic violence (Queen Latifah, 2017a). Queen Latifah comes from ahumble background and has built her singing career and artistic backgrounds through her talent.The urge and task of becoming successful have contributed immensely to the achievement ofdevelopmental requirements (Chaddock, n.d). The themes of the music are evident in guiding hermusic career, and she creates songs based on what is happening in the society (Hirji, n.d). It maybe argued the society and community problems, and challenges guide her creation of songs.Her strong voiced opinions including personal believe in her feminist views, socialresponsibility and her champion nonviolence society have contributed in making her become arole model with a focus of redefining how women engage with the world. In the song U.N.I.T.Y,Queen Latifah presents the phrase, “You put your hands on me again I'll put your ass inhandcuffs” indicating the domestic violence the women face and the solution to address theproblem is calling the legal or police to arrests and take judicial action on the culprit (Coveney,2007). The aim is to prevent the challenges that she faced when growing up to affect her futureSurname 3life and other women. It is an approach to ensure the society and community respect the positionof women and negating negatives associated high hardness of men.