Born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, Chasity Duffie knew at a young age she wanted to be a performer. She began doing stage plays at 9 years old at Gibbs Performing Arts and International Studies Magnet School and discovered her passion for songwriting at age 10. Although her first song, At The Park, was not a chart topper, it inspired her to pursue creative songwriting and before long her style progressed to rapping. Her talent continued to evolve as she began to record and perform at local venues and became known as one of the best local female rappers in Little Rock.
Hoping to further her music career, Chasity decided to take her show on the road and began showcasing her talent in the Los Angeles music scene. She went on to perform for local cable shows such as the Azi Amon Show and the DX Express and was written about in the entertainment section of the Los Angeles Times.
A Southern girl at heart, she was eager to get back to her southern roots so she returned to Arkansas, gave up her solo act and became the first lady of the group Wadda Boys with Cutthroat Records. In 2001 she became the official first lady of The Young Hogs Family with whom she still performs. She has been the opening act for countless popular southern hip hop artists such as Trina, Scarface, Yo Gotti, & Cash Money Recs. and The Hot Boys.
Chasity ultimately decided to return to school and studied theater at Pulaski Technical College. She went on to receive the Irene Ryan Acting Award for best performer at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, for her role as “Aphrodite” in Hillary: a Modern Tragedy with a (Somewhat) Happy Ending.
Chasity considers her greatest achievement to be her daughter, Bre, who recently graduated from Little Rock Central High School. In hopes of inspiring her daughter to never give up on her dreams, Chasity headed back to Los Angeles to focus on her music and acting career. She recently appeared in the stage play, Five On The Blackhand Side and in an odd turn of events, she went to what she thought was a “legitimate audition” only to discover that she was being punked by David Spade on the TruTV reality show, Fame-Less.
Missing her Southern friends and family, Chasity was thrilled to meet Julia Fowler, who provided Chasity with the opportunity to be a part of the Southern Women Channel. She guest starred in Episode 6 of Sh%t Southern Women Say and was so grateful to meet and work with such fun southern women.