After signing to Def Jam in , she released her debut album, Ill Na Na , that same year, and was also part of the short-lived rap group the Firm. Her second album Chyna Doll , arrived in , and her third, the Grammy-nominated Broken Silence , in Since , she has featured on songs, but has not released any albums.
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Revisit " Sister, Sister " and more '90s TV throwbacks that need a revival now. See our picks list. A sexy black nurse takes vigilante justice against inner-city drug dealers after her sister becomes their latest victim. At Los Angeles airport, magazine photographer Friday Foster witnesses an assassination attempt against billionaire Blake Tarr and is drawn into a murky political conspiracy. A Chicago private detective returns back home to Louisville, Kentucky, to help her father fight mobsters. Beautiful women prisoners are abused in a Philippine prison, until 5 of them plot an escape by taking the evil female warden hostage with the reluctant help of 2 male fruit vendors. A black prostitute and a white revolutionary must form an uneasy alliance when they are busted out of prison and are pursued by guerrillas, bounty hunters and the army. After being hassled by The Man in a southern town, a cool operator asks some violent friends for help. After all, if you can't trust another brother, who can you trust?
During the 90s, Brooklyn was an incredible source of rap talent that not only took over the streets but the music industry at large. At 17 years old, she signed a record deal with Def Jam. It helped set a standard for the new class of female rappers as it flawlessly balanced sexual confidence, rugged street references, and a fashionable persona. The importance of Brown has grown as time has gone on. By comfortably owning her provocative nature and embracing her multi-cultural heritage, she arguably paved the way for bigger stars that arrived years later. When discussing rappers who changed the game, the conversation must include Foxy Brown. The 90s ushered in a rap era that was all about living lavish, and Foxy Brown wholeheartedly embraced it on some of her best songs. The single appeared on The Nutty Professor soundtrack and also fared well on the Billboard Hot chart, peaking at No.