The show became the highest rated premiere in BET history, averaging 1.9 million viewers.
A limited pressing released only in the US, it received no promotion, due to Jones being in prison at the time of release, and failed to chart.
While Baltimore was the first city to use 311 as a police non-emergency number, in January 1999, Chicago initiated the first comprehensive 3-1-1 system, by providing information and tracking city services from intake to resolution, in addition to taking non-emergency police calls.
When the new service was launched, information regarding all city services, service requests, assistance in reaching various city departments and public offices, and a variety of information ranging from information about the city's Blue Bag recycling program to special events schedules could be obtained by calling 3-1-1.
The pilot program used a seven digit number initially 836-3111 and it was this number that received the demands for post hurricane services.
This experience tested and proved the value of the program and Orange County immediately activated the 3-1-1 number for governmental customer service.
It earned her a 5 mic rating from The Source, making her the only female rapper to ever receive a 5 mic rating.
"Several male names and one female name incorporated nonstandard orthography characteristic of casual Internet communication," Herring said.
This includes subbing in "1"s for "i"s, but also riffs on the AOL chatroom trope of suffixing a username with "4u".
Greg Thomas, an English professor at Syracuse University, began teaching "Hip-Hop Eshu: Queen [email protected]#$H Lyricism 101".
Professor Thomas considered Jones' lyrics "the art with the most profound sexual politics I've ever seen anywhere." Jones also made an appearance on the multi-platform videogame Def Jam: Fight for NY.