Taking notice from big rap names like Jay Z, LL Cool J, and Nas, Foxy Brown didn’t come into the rap game to be looked over or played with. When the BK native first hit the game, she relinquished these hard core yet sexy vibes that left the world on it’s knees every time she graced the mic. Before dropping any of her own work , Foxy appeared on many singles, including Jay-Z’s “Ain’t No Nigga,” Jay’s “Always Be My Sunshine,” and Case’s “Touch me, Tease Me,”
After signing with Def Jam, Fox Brown released her album “Ill NA NA” in 1996. One of her first singles was “Get Me Home” featuring BlackStreet.
As soon as the beat drops you instantly want to re-live the 90’s over and over again. Foxy made you wanna be that chill boss bitch in control of all situations with an immaculate presence, She spits lines over backstreets vocals like:
“See money lookin’ alright, yeah, what up Pop?
Cross the room throwin’ signals, I’m throwin’ ’em back
Flirt-in ’cause I digs you like that
Peep baby boy style, hopin’ we match
You sent me Crown Royale with a note attached”
You can’t forget to mention female rappers without bringing up the “Ill Na Na” herself.