The first released track on which Flav rapped solo was "Life of a Nigerian" on Goat Ju JU, though the first hit on which he rapped solo would not come until the 1990 single "911 Is a Joke".
During Public Enemy's first years of existence, Flav experienced tensions with group-mate Professor Griff, who never liked Flav's flamboyant stance in what Griff felt to be a serious, politically-challenging group. It was released during the second season of Flavor of Love.
They had their own spinoff called 'Strange Love,' but eventually broke up.
Brigitte guest-starred on 'Flavor of Love' as well.
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Flav came to prominence as a founding member and hype man of the rap group Public Enemy.
The group gained much wider fame with their following release, 1988's It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, which went double platinum.Yes, it’s Flavor Flav, clock and all, at the Big Ten tournament in Washington. Perhaps Garner was inspired by his cousin’s presence.He scored 16 points off the bench, including seven in overtime, as the Nittany Lions held off the Cornhuskers, 76-67, to live another day.If you watched reality television in the mid-2000's, (and let's face it, we all did), you probably remember watching the beauty that was "Flavor of Love," and "I Love New York."SEE ALSO: Remember America's first 'Top Model?' See what Adrianne Curry looks like now "Flavor of Love" followed artist Flavor Flav, most notably of hip-hop "Public Enemy," on his search to find true love.