Her albums include Ill Na Na in 1996, followed by Chyna Doll in 1999, and Broken Silence in 2001.
better known by her stage name Foxy Brown, is an American rapper, model, and actress.
He was like, “Yeah, we can chill.” Steve Stoute was like, “No, we gotta keep banging them over the head.” Nas was like, “Nah, I think I want to chill now.” Kurupt: I met my goal.
Foxy, who hasn’t dropped a single album since 2001 has surprised many of us as she gives birth to a baby girl. We hope and pray that happiness never fades away from Foxy’s life. And as much as his fire and brimstone style helped power tracks such as “New York, New York” and “Stranded On Death Row,” he was much more of a purist than most critics (and some listeners) were willing to admit at the time. Some 20 years after helping reshape the template for Hip Hop in California, Kurupt looks back on his initial dealings with all participants involved and how those encounters influence how he moves today. I didn’t even know who Ricardo was, and all I knew was Kurupt. You were trying to show people how many ways there is to make money. Even me, Daz and Snoop got into it, separated and went our own separate ways. Kurupt: Dogg was supposed to do his classics, but when me and Dogg get together, it takes a life of its own. “At 16, I moved to California,” Kurupt explained from his spacious “studio house.” “I brought that skill over here, and that’s when Dr. Philly gave me my skill, and California critiqued it.” California critiqued it, embraced it and various media outlets used that diverse skill set to turn individual beefs between Suge Knight, Sean Combs, Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B. DX: How long did it take you to get rejuvenated again? That was that transition of learning who I was as a man, which I found that a lot of people live the artist. They don’t even know who they are as a man or as a woman. During those times right there, that was the transition of me learning who I was as a man, which kind of took away from the lyrics. When we got back together, it was hard to transition after so much bad blood amongst each other to get back in rhythm together. I wanted to take Fred from the page he's on and take him to gangsta land. "I always wanted to f--- with Fred," Kurupt said of his collaborator on "Lay It on Back." "He's a raw n---a.