Brown’s latest, her first in more than two years, serves up hip-hop with a decidedly dancehall feel. Whether she’s following the latest industry trend of sampling reggae or expressing another dimension of her lyrical and hip-hop maturity, she works several songs like a champion. Still, rote cuts like ”I Don’t Care,” which features pedestrian keyboard production and a defensive white MC named Chyna White, keep this effort from shining.
Broken SilenceBrown's latest, her first in more than two years, serves up hip-hop with a decidedly dancehall feel. Whether she's following the latest industry trend ...Broken SilenceHip-Hop/RapBrown's latest, her first in more than two years, serves up hip-hop with a decidedly dancehall feel. Whether she's following the latest industry trend ...2001-07-20
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Foxy Brown; Producer (group): Def Jam
Posted July 20 2001 — 12:00 AM EDT
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