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Foxy was also a part of a rap supergroup titled 200 chart, and later went certified ‘Platinum’ with more than 1 million copies in the United States, and sold more than 3 million copies worldwide.
Foxy Brown made her first theatrical film appearance as Fiancée in the romantical comedy Woo in 1998, alongside Jada Pinkett Smith.
Trying her hand at reggae, her single ‘Oh Yeah’, which sampled Toots & The Maytals ’54-46 Was My Number’, was a club smash and added to being her most adventurous offering to date, dipping in and out of exotic sounds and eastern influences.
Putting her life on wax, her passionate apologies on ‘The Letter’ with Ron Isley is by far her most compelling and honest moment to date.
Going on to feature alongside Jay Z on his street smash ‘Ain’t No Nigga’, as well as Case on ‘Touch Me, Tease Me’ with Mary J.
Blige, a bidding war ensued for the teenage rap sensation which eventually landed her a deal at Def Jam Records. Once the best of friends, both living in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn and talking on the phone regularly, things just went sour.
Musically touching, the strong evidence of her family values has never rang truer.
Releasing her debut album in November of 1996, Foxy was instantly heralded and criticised for promoting and setting back women’s sexual rights, turning heads and the tables in the process. “We always had a pact,” Foxy said in an interview with Danyel Smith for . With Kim by Biggie’s side and Foxy by Jay Z’s side – Foxy has always referred to Jay as the Clyde to her Bonnie – lyrical shots soon began to ring out for the former friends.