Taking her stage name from the sexy, gritty Pam Grier character of 1970s blaxploitation cinema, hip-hop artist Foxy Brown has attained unprecedented success on the strength of her considerable talents and charisma.
Shortly after signing, sixteen-year-old Brown began recording her first solo album, Ill Na Na, with the help of the Trackmasters production team and fellow urban artists Blackstreet, Havoc, Jay-Z, Kid Capri, and Method Man. Buoyed by the smash lead single “Get Me Home," the album debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200 sales chart in late 1996, just after Brown’s seventeenth birthday. Ill Na Na would eventually go on to sell more than two million copies, earning platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
- 100% ringspun cotton
- double-needle stitching throughout
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- tag-free neck label
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