After serving eight months of a one-year sentence for probation violations, Foxxy Brown is finally free. In the newest issue of Jet that will be on newsstands Tuesday, May 13, she is candid about what she plans to do with the rest of her life.
“I want to do things different now and to show people the maturation. There will be a big change, but no one does a 360 overnight. I’ve learned to accept my shortcomings and flaws. I’ve made mistakes,” she tells JET.
Although Brown hasn’t released an album in seven years, she still has supporters out there that believe she can get it done.
“I believe she has the skills. They aren’t going anywhere,” said Poke of the duo Trackmasters, who discovered Brown. “Coming this time around, she needs to fix her attitude toward the business and how to deal with people.’ (p. 56)
Brown is set to release an independent mix tape, “Brooklyn’s Don Diva” on May 13, and a double CD on Christmas Eve, entitled “Black Roses.”