Foxy Brown ft. AZ - Too Real

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Foxy Brown
Featuring:
Producer:
Statik Selektah
Album:
Brooklyn's Don Diva

Since her release from Riker’s on April 18, Foxy Brown has done everything in her power to get her career and life back on track.  To start, she will release Brooklyn’s Don Diva (her first album in about seven years, set to drop on May 13), followed by a brand new VH1 reality show shortly thereafter.  All in all, the veteran femcee is ready to reaffirm her status in the industry by holding down her borough and showing that she’s Too Real.  Assisting Foxy is once-upon-a-time Firm member, AZ, who shows his support by urging the troubled rapper to stay clean.  With laid-back production from Statik Selektah (who samples Fox Boogie‘s Oh Yeah and Nas‘s It Was Written), the end result is an all Too Real track that most DJBooth regulars should find “chill.”

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