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Her albums include Ill Na Na in 1996, followed by Chyna Doll in 1999 and Grammy-nominated Broken Silence in 2001.She also performed on the 1997 debut album by the Firm, the only album to be released by that group to date.However, she returned to the label in January 2005 after then-Def Jam president and CEO Jay-Z signed her back to begin work on her new album Black Roses.In December 2005, she began suffering from hearing loss, which put her career on hiatus until the next summer, a few months after surgery.Following the release of Ill Na Na, Brown joined fellow New York-based hip hop artists, Nas, AZ, and Nature to form the supergroup known as The Firm.The album was released via Aftermath Records and was produced and recorded by the collective team of Dr.
The immediate success led to a label bidding war at the beginning of 1996, and in March, Def Jam Records won and added the then 17-year-old rapper to their roster. The album sold over 109,000 copies in the first week, and debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200 album charts.
While still a teenager, Brown won a talent contest in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. In 1996, Foxy Brown, Lil' Kim, Da Brat, and Total got together for the recording of Bad Boy's remix of "No One Else".
Members of the production team Trackmasters who were working on LL Cool J's Mr. has also been said to have wanted her to join his rap group “Junior M. This was the only track that Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown appeared on together, the two were friends at the time.
Y'all niggas ain't shit Y'all bitches suck a dick Y'all niggas want this bitch You think you fuckin' slick? During an interview with the Breakfast Club in 2018, the Iconic westcoast rapper Kurupt (dating Foxy at the time) claimed that Foxy Brown stole this song concept from him (Him being from the Tha Dogg Pound) and that they were supposed to do it together rather than her bringing DMX to the table.
known professionally as Foxy Brown, is an American rapper, model, songwriter and actress.
Later, she joined the Smokin' Grooves tour hosted by the House of Blues with the headlining rap group Cypress Hill, along with other performers like Erykah Badu, The Roots, Out Kast, and The Pharcyde, the tour set to begin in Boston, Massachusetts, in the summer of 1997.