Although Foxy Brown has been hailed as the best female rapper of all-time by such legends as Jay-Z, Nas, and Wu-Tang Clan; legal problems have kept Ms. Brown in the public eye for all the wrong reasons. Currently serving a one-year prison sentence (which includes three months in “the hole”); Foxy’s labels are preparing her comeback album, Brooklyn’s Don Diva. On the first single, We’re On Fire (featuring reggae artist Mavado), the Ill Na Na does a metamorphosis from her old sexually-charged self into a more street heavy feline (similar to old rival Lil’ Kim and The Naked Truth before she served her bid.) Brooklyn’s Don Diva drops on December 11.
Written by Burmy on 11/6/07
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