Learn more about the cast of VIXEN
Despite appearing in only a handful of music videos, Karrine Steffans' impact on the industry was explosive. After working with artists like Jay-Z, LL Cool J and Mystikal, Karrine chronicled her experiences in the record-scratching tell-all Confessions of a Video Vixen.
Discovered in an Atlanta strip club by 50 Cent and cast in Tony Yayo's "So Seductive" video, Buffie Lewis changed the face — and shape — of music video models with her gravity-defying curves.
Then known as Angel Lola Luv, Lola Monroe was one of the final A-list video models and the first one to transition from vixen to rapper. In 2011, she was nominated for the Best Female Hip-Hop Artist award at the BET Awards.
If video vixens had a queen bee, it would be Melyssa Ford. From the moment she emerged, glistening and goddess-like, from the swimming pool in Jadakiss' "Knock Yourself Out" video, her place in hip hop history was secure.