The two rappers/actresses recently recorded an untitled song for the series, which is being produced by Eve's manager Troy Carter and Charles Alston from the Coalition, an entertainment company Carter formed in 2005 with Tony Davis and Julius "Jay" Erving.
'She’s [Queen Latifah] such a dope person and so real," Eve told AllHipHop.com. "She's never changed herself to make it into Hollywood and she’s still been nominated for Oscars and stuff. She’s just an amazing person."
Queen Latifah's influence can be heard on Eve's upcoming fourth album, Here I Am, which features guest appearances by Robin Thicke and Mary J. Blige and production from Cool & Dre, Scott Storch, Pharrell, Timbaland and Swizz Beatz.
According to Eve, Queen Latifah's encouragement persuaded her to do something even her label Geffen could not accomplish – sing more often.
"Recently, she [Queen Latifah] pulled me to the side and she said, 'you better start singing now. Don’t be scared of who you are,'" Eve revealed. "So on this album, I’m singing a whole song. My record label has been trying to get me to sing, but I wasn’t really into it. I ended up doing it and it turned out to be my favorite song on the album."
Here I Am is due in stores Aug. 7., while VH1's Bridging The Gap has no listed air date as of press time.