(Foxy Brown) Throw ya hands up, Whyle the fuck out Rawer than a key, key, Buss the screechy (Eh!) Zip it Up, Uh, Zip It Up, Zip It Up, Zip It Up, HY-YAH! Grab a cup ah stouse and, Show 'em watch yall 'bout Yall can't deny us, We dare yall to try us The best to ever do it, So throw ya hands to it And hit the dancefloor, What the fuck yall came for?.
Foxy Brown, the alter ego of Inga Marchand, emerged in the mid-'90s on Brooklyn's rap scene. Already popular at talent shows and local hip-hop concerts, the attractive Foxy soon became a hot commodity as female rappers (Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott) became the music industry's "it" product. Brown developed into a street-smart, party-hopping, Cristal-sipping icon of R&B-based hip-hop, and her 1996 ....
"I'll Be" is a song recorded by American rapper Foxy Brown for her debut studio album Ill Na Na (1996), featuring American rapper Jay-Z. It was released as the second single from the album on March 4, 1997 by Violator and Def Jam Recordings..
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[Verse One: Foxy Brown] From the cradle til' now, still Fox, just a little more mature Seen it with my bare eyes, did it all before Been through hell on earth Playin' out my role I was given since birth, receptin' it well. Go hard at them critics, they expect me to fail Work hard for my fans, they expect me to sell They suspect I'm livin' well. It's ripped, one thing for sure -- I'll be good [repeat 2X] [FOXY:] I'm 2 Live, Nasty As I Wanna Be [JAY-Z:] Don't shake your sassy ass in front of me 'fore I take you there and tear your back out [FOXY:] That shit ain't happened since The Mack was out [Foxy] Uhh, rollin for Lana, dripped in Gabbana Nineties style, you find a style.