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Not only is Solé a rapper, she is also a trained actress, a visual artist, Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher, Womb Sauna Practitioner, Reiki Master, Black Belt in Kung Fu, Community Herbalist, Wellness Coach, Belly Dancer, Inner Shakti Pre Natal Yoga teacher, Birth Doula, Red Tent Facilitator, Sacred Medicine Woman and has a Certification in Plant Based Nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. She is the owner of Devi Tribe Wellness, LLC, SPRUCE, LLC and Dragon Academy of Martial Arts in Lanham, MD.
Solé started her career as a hardcore rap artist by attracting attention in the summer of 1999 with her appearance on J.T. Money's hit single "Who Dat". This was followed by the release of her debut album "Skin Deep" which achieved gold status. Solé is the mother of 4 daughters whom she lovingly refers to as the "Devi Tribe". After the success of her gold album "Skin Deep" in 1999, she took a ten year hiatus from entertainment in 2001 to raise a family with her now ex husband, R & B singer Ginuwine. During her hiatus, she embarked upon a spiritual journey and began evolving into the spiritually conscious woman and activist she is today. Solé returned to entertainment by acting in several independent films including "Secrets" on BET and co-producing a series of internet skits with comedian "Paul Mooney Jr". She also jumped back into music and was featured (at Chuck D's request) on the single "SocMed Digital Heroin" on Public Enemy's 30th anniversary album "Nothing Is Quick In The Desert". She was also featured on "Naal Naachna" with UK based Bhangra artist Jassi Sidhu. In 2016, Solé found love again and in her long time friend Professor Griff of Public Enemy and they were married in a Divine Spiritual Union on August 27, 2017. She is currently resides in Atlanta, Ga. and is recording the long awaited follow up to her freshman project, "Skin Deep".