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Blaque is an American girl group that had a string of hits in the late 1990s. The group's name stands for Believing, Life, Achieving, Quest, Unity, Everything. Their debut album sold more than 1.5 million copies and was certified Platinum. The group's debut included the gold selling single “808”, the international hit “Bring It All to Me”, and a third single, “I Do”. The group went on hiatus from 2002 until 2007, releasing only three unsuccessful singles, “Can’t Get It Back”, “Ugly”, and the international single from the film Honey, “I’m Good”.
- also known as Blaque Ivory
- genres: Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Contemporary R&B, Hip hop music
- albums: "Bring It All to Me", "Blaque", "Blaque Out", "808", "Cuts 1", "As If", "Torch", "Beauty", "Blaque by Popular Demand", "Private Show", "I'm Good"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to MTV Video Music Award for Best Editing - "I Do" (Editor: Chris Hafner)
- nominated to BET Award for Best Female Group
- Blaque a.k.a. Natina Reed: Natina Tiawana Reed was an American rapper, singer-songwriter, Actress, beatboxer, and a member of the R&B trio Blaque. On most of Blaque's songs, Reed is featured as a rapper or ad-libber. Reed was a protégée of late rapper Lisa Lopes.
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- Blaque a.k.a. Brandi Williams: Brandi Danielle Williams is an American actress, singer and songwriter. She is most notable for singing in the R&B trio Blaque.
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"Blaque": Blaque known as 'Ivory' in some countries is the self-titled debut album from American girl-group of the same name. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA on April 10, 2000. and has sold 1.5 million copies in the U.S. to date.
- also known as Blaque Ivory
- genres: Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Hip hop music, Contemporary R&B
- released on (16 years ago)
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Expanding the Circle (2015)
Creating an Inclusive Environment in Higher Education for LGBTQ Students and Studies by John C. Hawley
htm Intersections: race and sexuality, etcetera: BlaQue is a student organization for same-gender loving, ...
by Peter P. Hinks, John R. McKivigan
Blaque CUNY Queensborough Community ...
An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic by Charles A. Gallagher, Cameron D. Lippard
Behnken Shannon Smith Bennett Ira Lee Berlet Ellesia Ann Blaque Mehdi Bozorgmehr Jazmine Brand Alfred ...
by Walter C. Rucker, James N. Upton
Ellesia Ann Blaque Urbanization Urbanization is the growth of a population living in 660 TURNER, MARY (D. 1918), LYNCHING OF.
by Richard Zuczek
Blaque Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan Vernon Burton National Center for Supercomputing Applications and the University of ...
Encyclopedia of Television (2014)
by Horace Newcomb, Lambdin Kay Distinguished Professor for the Peabody Awards Horace Newcomb
Hamel Bruce Weitz Rene Enriquez Kiel Martin Taurean Blaque James Sikking Joe Spano Betty Thomas Barbara Babcock Barbara Bosson Vincent Lucchesi Gerry Black Robert Hirschfield Ed Marinaro Jon Cypher Lisa Sutton George Wyner ...
by Richard Zuczek
Blaque Black Suffrage First implemented by congressional legislations in 1867 and then nationalized by the Fifteenth Amendment in 1870, the enfranchisement of African American men in the wake of the Civil War represented the ...
with a definition of the moneys, weights, and measures of all countries, by Peter Lund Simmonds
Blaque, a French tobacco pouch. Blare, a .Swiss coin worth about one penny. Blast, air introduced iuto a furnace artificially. Blast- Furnace, an enclosed Are - place where an extra degree of heat Is generated by a powerful forge-bellows.
by Peter Lund Simmonds
BLAQUE, a French tobacco pouch. Buns, a Swiss coin worth about one penny. BLAST. air introduced into a furnace artiticially. BLAST- FURNACE, an enclosed fire-place where an extra degree ot'heat is generated by a powertul lorge-hellows .
by George Crabb
A'BLAQUE (Com.) a fine sort of Persian silk, otherwise called the Ardessine silk. - ABLAQUEATION (Agric.) the digging about and baring the roots of trees.
The Encyclopedia americana (1904)
a general dictionary of the arts and sciences, literature, history, biography, geography, etc., of the world; editor-in-chief, Frederick Converse Beach ... managing editor, Forrest Morgan ... assistant editors, Nathan Haskell Dole ... Edward Thomas Roe ... Thomas Campbell Copeland ... by Frederick Converse Beach, Forrest Morgan, George Edwin Rines, Nathan Haskell Dole, E. T. Roe, Thomas Campbell Copeland
found in the Grotte de la Masque and elsewhere, the tumuli, and dolmens of Draguignan, Ponteve and la Blaque, and the lake dwellings of the mouth of the Var, of a civilization as early as the middle of the Stone Age. The Iberians held sway ...
A Dictionary of the English Language : Giving the Derivations, Pronunciations, Definitions and Synonyms of a Large Vocabulary of the Words Occurring in Literature, Art, Science, and the Common Speech by Noah Webster
II Blaque (bTsk), n. [A corruption of biscuit.] TJnglazed white porcelain. Bisque, n. [F.] A point taken by the receiver of odds in the game of tennis ; also, an extra innings allowed to a weaker player in croquet. II Bisque. ». [F.] A white soup made ...
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