‘In this industry you’re either going to be the ho or the b*tch’.
Her sound could do with a little refining, but as far as aesthetic and personalities go, Tiffany Foxx stands as the most polished Female MC since Nicki Minaj.
Opting to build her brand on her material and not the latter’s old feud with mentor Lil Kim, the last few weeks have seen the Southern belle take to many a Hip Hop outlet to explain her positioning as an artist, after being signed and dropped by Snoop Dogg prior to meeting Kim.
This time, with ‘Hip Hop Since 1987 TV’, the articulate newcomer dished on the circumstances that pulled her from St Louis and took her to LA but more importantly- her response to the male MCs who haven’t taken well to her bourgeoning notoriety.
Enjoy the interview below…
As far as personalities go, Foxx’s charm will see her go a long way if armed with hands big enough to push her there. However, there’s no denying that the weakest part of her cause is her music…far too ‘ratchet’ to be taken seriously.
‘Twisted’ was hot but with Southern Rap currently placed on the back burner, there’s no reason Foxx couldn’t serve as a fresh life force if she sounded even half as good as she looked.