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Overview (4)

Born in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Birth NameInga DeCarlo Fung Marchand
Nicknames The Ill Na Na
The Vixen of Hip Hop
King Fox
Fox Boogie
Height 5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Foxy Brown, a Brooklyn native, never thought she would be in the rap industry, much less in films. Even though she received a lot of skepticism from critics because of her raunchy lyrics and sexual appeal in music videos, Foxy still managed to stay on top. With a platinum album under her belt, and literally tens of appearances on other songs, her movie debut was much expected.

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Trivia (25)

Got her name from the Pam Grier movie Foxy Brown (1974).
Engaged to Kurupt (1997 to 1999).
Discovered by LL Cool J.
Appeared on commercial for Mistic Juices.
Best friends with actress Vivica A. Fox.
Nominated for two Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards in 1997
Released her second album "Chyna Doll" in October 1998. She also has a debut video "Hot Spot"
Her father is from the 2-island Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago.
When her 1999 album "Chyna Doll" debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, she became the first female rap artist ever to accomplish that feat.
Attended Brooklyn College Academy High School in Brooklyn, New York.
Her ethnic make-up is Afro/Asian Trinidadian and African American descent.
Jay-Z signed her to Roc A Fella Records in 2004.
Was part of Nas' group, "The Firm".
Attended and performed alongside friend & mentor Jay-Z, at the 10 year anniversary concert of Jay-Z's proclaimed album Reasonable Doubt. [June 2006]
Released her fourth studio album, 'Brooklyn's Don Diva' on May 13th (US). This album reintroduces Foxy to the music scene after a seven-year hiatus. [May 2008]
Foxy Brown proclaimed that she hasn't been able to hear for six months. [December 2005]
Performed with Nas in New York City for his Hip-Hop is Dead tour. By sharing the stage with Nas, and his brother Jungle, they held somewhat of a the Firm Re-Union Concert. [February 2007]
Releasing Third album titled "Broken Silence" on July 17th [July 2001]
Is credited for bridging the gap between urban hip-hop and mainstream fashion by becoming the first African-American female hip-hop artist to grace the cover of Essence Magazine in 1999, and having previously been a spokesperson and model for Calvin Kline.
Her Uncle, Frederico de la Asuncion, was one of 265 fatalities in the ill fated American Airlines Flight 587 crash on November 12, 2001. He had just retired from his career in the medical field and was heading to the Dominican Republic as a retirement gift that was given to him by his co-workers.
Gave birth to her first child, a baby girl, in 2017.
Is of mixed Afro-Trinidadian, Indo-Trinidadian and Chinese Trinidadian descent.
Is friends with Mya and Nicki Minaj.
Referred as the "Hip-Hop Princess" by media, she has sold over 13 million records worldwide including her work with The Firm.
Is known to have feuds with other famous rappers such as Lil' Kim, Eve, Remy Ma, 50 Cent, MC Lyte, and Ja Rule.

Personal Quotes (6)

To find a prince, you gotta kiss some toads.
My family never missed a visit in eight months, ever. I cried coming out. I didn't cry coming in. There's a big difference. I believe that God put me there for a reason. Incarceration is serious.
I was falsely arrested twice, slandered and defamed.
My purpose is far greater than my pain.
Put out great music, and that's that.
All my friends were in the park smoking weed and getting pregnant. I didn't want to be the young black girl having a baby, a baby's father, being on welfare. That wasn't going to be my story.

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