Foxy Brown is an American rapper with an estimated net worth of $1.8 million. She is 5’3″ and weighs 163 pounds. Inga DeCarlo Fung Marchand was born on September 6, 1978 in Brooklyn, New York. In 1994 Foxy Brown won a talent contest in Brooklyn. The production team Trackmasters was in attendance of the event and they were impressed with Brown’s rap skills. They allowed her to rap on LL Cool J’s “I Shot Ya” track and this led to Brown being featured on numerous artists’ songs. She was even featured on Toni Braxton’s remix for “You’e Makin’ Me High”.
Foxy Brown then worked as a featured artist on the soundtrack for The Nutty Professor on the songs “Touch Me Tese Me” by Case and “Ain’t No Nigga” by Jay-Z. All this new-found success led to a record label bidding war for the teenage rapper. In March 1996 Foxy Brown signed a recording contract with Def Jam Records.
Foxy Brown’s debut album Il Na Na was released in 1996 to mix reviews and strong sales, selling over a million copies. The album included features from music artists like Jay-Z, Method Man, Blackstreet, and Kid Capri. The two singles “Get Me Home” and “I’ll Be” were big hits from the new rap star.
Foxy Brown’s other albums were not as successful as her first album. The rest of her discography includes Chyna Doll (1999) and Broken Silence (2001). Due to hearing loss that started in 2005 Foxy Brown’s recording capabilities have been limited.
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