Few have stories that rival Foxy Brown‘s.
And by the year’s end, her dedicated fans will get a front-row seat to that tale via her newly announced memoir.
One of the most revered female rappers of all-time, the GRAMMY-nominated performer (born Inga DeCarlo Fung Marchand) burst onto the scene in the mid-90’s (while still a teenager) and turned heads with her fiery delivery, lyrics, and equally sizzling sex appeal. Said appeal was one of many factors that led her to become the second and youngest female rapper to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 with her 1999 hit album, ‘Chyna Doll.’
Those dizzying highs were followed by a series of highly publicized lows including legal woes and arrests, beefs with other artists, being booed on stage, and a battle with hearing loss.
These incidents and more have reportedly been documented via a Brown biography due this winter.
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As seen above, the 42-year-old took to social media recently to announce “Book coming soon,” and even tagged former Editor-In-Chief of ‘The Source Magazine,’ Kim Osorio (who will partner with her for the release).
The book will hit shelves just a month after Brown’s longtime frienemy, Lil Kim, will drop her ‘Queen Bee’ memoir. Click here to read more about that.