In early 2000, Da Brat released her third full-length album Unrestricted, which produced the moderately successful singles "That's What I'm Looking For" (U. In 2001, Brat continued her trend of being featured on other artist's remixes, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Singles chart along with rapper Ludacris on the main remix of Mariah Carey's "Loverboy" and being featured artist on Destiny's Child's "Survivor" remix.Da Brat also appeared as Louise in Carey's 2001 movie Glitter. Goings on,” the insider continues to dish to the outlet.
She graduated from Academy of Scholastic Achievement, a continuation charter school that caters to at-risk students, in 1992.
In 1992, Harris's big break occurred when she won the grand prize in a local rap contest sponsored by Yo! For the prize, she met the young rap duo Kris Kross.
Also in 1997, she was featured on "Sock It 2 Me," a track on Missy Elliott's debut album, Supa Dupa Fly. However, the new album and new millennium did inspire an image makeover for Da Brat.
In 1999, she appeared, alongside Krayzie Bone, on the remix to Mariah Carey's cover of Brenda K. She also appeared as a guest artist with Elliott on Carey's remix of "Heartbreaker" (1999), and on the remix of Brandy's "U Don't Know Me (Like U Used To)." That year, she was also featured on a remix of the Destiny's Child single "Jumpin', Jumpin'" (1999). Abandoning her "gangsta" persona, she decided to follow the trend in popular music and attempted to add to her sex appeal.
In 2011, she did a remix with Kelly Rowland called "Motivation" featuring Lil Wayne.
Following her release from prison, she launched a web series about life after the experience titled "Brat Chronicles: In Transition" on You Tube.
She also made her feature film debut that year in Kazaam (1996) with Shaquille O'Neal.
During the summer of 1997, Da Brat appeared along with Dupri on a remix of Carey's "Honey (So So Def mix)" (1997) and recorded the hit remix of "Ladies' Night (Not Tonight)" (1997) with Lil' Kim, Left-Eye of TLC, Angie Martinez, and Missy Elliott. The album was not well received compared to Brat's earlier work.
that the duo were “really intimate.” “So Dat Brat was out & about in Vegas with her undercover lover.