Brooklyn's Don Diva
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|Brooklyn's Don Diva|
|Mixtape by Foxy Brown|
|Released|| May 13, 2008
June 2, 2008
July 16, 2008
|Recorded||Chung King Studios, New York; 2007|
|Foxy Brown chronology|
|Singles from Brooklyn's Don Diva|
Brooklyn's Don Diva is the debut mixtape by American hip-hop artist Foxy Brown. Released on May 13, 2008, it was intended to be the follow-up to 2001's Broken Silence. According to Rolling Stone magazine, the album would be released prior to Black Roses, the album that she has been working on since 2004 and was recorded in Chung King Studios in New York City. Several tracks ("When the Lights Go Out", "We Don't Surrender", "Star Cry") have been released to iTunes, as intended singles to promote the street album. A couple of beats were produced by Polish beatmaker Matheo.
The album's release had been delayed multiple times, primarily due to Foxy Brown's jail sentence.
The album peaked at No. 83 on the Billboard 200 chart, No. 8 on the Independent Albums chart, and No. 5 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
- Brooklyn's Don Diva 2:36
- We Don't Surrender (ft. Grafh) 4:06
- We're On Fire (ft. Mavado) 4:23
- Dreams of Fucking a D-Boy (ft. Jay Rush) 3:09
- When the Lights Go Out (ft. Kira) 3:35
- Never Heard This Before (ft. Dwele) 4:12
- Too Real (ft. AZ) 2:54
- Star Cry 4:30
- Why1 4:12
- She Wanna Rude Bwoy (ft. Demarco) 3:30
- The Quan (ft. Lady Saw)1 3:47
- Bulletproof Love/One Love (ft. Lil' Mo) 3:49
- How We Get Down (ft. Grafh & Prinz) 4:30
- We Set the Pace (ft. Morgan Heritage & Spragga Benz) 4:25
- The Quan (Bonus Track) (ft. Lady Saw) (Hip Hop Mix) 3:45
1 Originally set to be on her shelved studio album, Ill Na Na 2: The Fever
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