Celebrating 50 Years of Hip Hop (Group #1)

No one can deny Foxy Brown’s impact on hip hop; the lady’s bold, daring, and quick-witted lyrics to become a fashion tycoon opened up spaces to be acknowledged by top designer companies. The woman does it all and has opened the way for many others.

After an interview, it was mentioned that in 1996, many sisters were taking the reins of hip Hop and highlighting the importance of being a powerful black woman.  With this album, Ill Na Na, there were so many stereotypes surrounding the idea that in order to be noticed in a certain space, you have to dress a certain way and be almost like a guy.  Brown thought that it was time for women to step into the spotlight for Hip-Hop.  



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