Today In Hip Hop History: 23 Years ago Foxy Brown Released Ill Na Na courtneyb November 19, 2019 feature, featured, Her Source, Her Source | Beauty and Fashion Trends, Her Source | Hip Hop Beauty Trends, Her Source | Women's Hip Hop Fashion, Her Source | Women's Hip Hop Lifestyle, Hip Hop Culture | Hip Hop Arts and Lifestyle, Hip Hop Entertainment | Hip Hop TV, Film and Video Games, Hip Hop Music | Listen To and Download Hip Hop Tracks, toexport Today In Hip Hop History, Foxy Brown Released Ill Na Na 23 years ago and changed the way women sounded in hiphop. Introduced to the world by a Brooklyn rapperJay-Z on the classic Ain’t No Nigga, Def Jam pulled out all the stops for the queen of the label who released her album one week after her former friend Lil Kim. “Get Me Home” was released on September 15, 1996. It peaked at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100. The second single, “I’ll Be”, released on March 4, 1997, also noted a commercial success. It peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Brown’s highest charting single. The album featured guest appearances by Blackstreet, Havoc, Method Man, Kid Capri, and Jay-Z with a majority of the production by the Trackmasters. Ill Na Na produced two hit singles, “Get Me Home” featuring Blackstreet, and “I’ll Be” featuring Jay-Z. Ill Na Na was re-released in 1997. Salute to the Brooklyn Bombshell who influenced so many girls in hip hop. Never forget.