- Broken Silence
Infobox Album |
Name = Broken Silence
Artist = Foxy Brown
Released = July 17, 2001
Recorded = 1999-2001
Genre = Rap/Hip Hop
Length = 72:15
Producer = Young Gavin, Dave Kelly, The Neptunes, Robert Kirkland, Ski, Lofey, Nokio, DJ Clue
Reviews = *
AllmusicRating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:hzfuxqr0ldhe link]
*HipHopDX.com Rating|4|5 [http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/reviews/id.74/title.foxy-brown-broken-silence link]
Last album = "Chyna Doll"
This album = "Broken Silence"
Next album = "
Brooklyn's Don Diva"
"Broken Silence" is the third full-length
studio albumand fourth recordingby American female hip-hopartist Foxy Brown. It was released on July 17, 2001in the United States.
Foxy Brown made her return in
2000after being featured on Capone-N-Noreaga's "Bang Bang" where, according to the press [http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/07/07/ctv.lilkim/] , she caused controversy for her comments against female hip-hopartist Lil' Kimand her group Junior M.A.F.I.A.Foxy Brown began recording a more street-oriented album, much different from her mainstream image with Chyna Doll.
# Intro - Broken Silence - (2:15)
# Fallin' (featuring Young Gavin) - 3:09
# Oh Yeah (featuring Spragga Benz) - 4:20
# B.K. Anthem - 4:19
# The Letter (featuring Ron Isley) - 6:58
# 730 - 4:12
# Candy (featuring Kelis) - 3:43
# Tables Will Turn (featuring Baby Cham) - 3:43
# Hood Scriptures - 3:46
# Run Dem (featuring Baby Cham) - 3:58
# Bout My Paper (featuring Mystikal) - 3:59
# Run Yo S*** (featuring Capone-N-Noreaga) - 4:22
# Na Na Be Like - 3:35
# Gangsta Boogie - 4:15
# I Don't Care (featuring Kori) - 4:19
# So Hot (featuring Young Gavin) - 3:43
# Saddest Day (featuring Wayne Wonder) - 4:44
# Broken Silence - 4:58
"Broken Silence" debuted on the
Billboard 200charts at No. 5, selling 131,000 copies in its first weekFact|date=December 2007. The album was certified Gold by the RIAAon August 20, 2001 and has sold 533,000 units as of 2003.
* [http://www.myspace.com/foxboogiebrown Foxy Brown's Official MySpace Page]
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