Brouniet Durancie (b. 1st December, 1977) is a Kuboian rapper, singer, songwriter and actress who is best known for being part of the pop group Personality from 1997 to 2004. Although she does not have an official stage name, she has sometimes went under the names Little Bee, Queen Brouni and Brouni D.
Brouniet was born on 1st December, 1977 in the Kuboian Cliffs to parents Caroline Wishings and Nyte Durancie. Brouniet never attended school in her life. She and her parents lived in a cheap apartment with an abusive landlord, who would beat her usually unemployed father up if he could not afford rent. Brouniet would steal and con people in order to support her family. In her teenage years, Brouniet was disappointed where her life had led her, and, after being prompted by her parents, decided to audition to be in the then-unnamed group Personality, with hopes doing a music career would distract her, and keep her out of trouble.
In an interview in May 2018, Brouniet claimed that she has slept with thirty-two different men in her life.
Brouniet was in a relationship with fellow Personality member Data Frost for two months - from September to November 1998.
Brouniet dated Jetanie entrepreneur Kyon Dickinson from 2003 to 2010. They had one child together, Lake, who was born on 26th June, 2004.
On 4th August, 2016, Brouniet proposed to Ty Fraser, who is the younger brother of Fyp Fraser. The two married two days later, before divorcing on 19th May, 2018. According to Ty, Brouniet was more interested in sleeping with him, rather than having a relationship with him. However, he agreed to still be her close friend.
- Ain't No Sellout (2005)
- Windows XP: The Mixtape (2006)
- Little Bee Presents... (2007)
- Queen Brouni: Remixes and Samples (2008)
- Remixes and Samples Vol. 2 (2010)
- Remixes and Samples Vol. 3 (2011)
- Best of the Best (2013)
- Remixes and Samples Vol. 4 (2014)
- Remixes and Samples Vol. 5 (2016)
- Ain't Too Old For This (2017)
As lead artist
- "Listen Up" with DJ Kubin feat. Starline Roberts (2004)
- "It Goes Like..." feat. Hy-Par (2004)
- "Don't Stop Now" (2005)