Ill Na Na 2: The Fever was intended to be the fourth full-length studio album and fifth recording by American hip-hop artist Foxy Brown. Scheduled for a May 6, 2003 release date, the album was cancelled due to disagreements between Foxy Brown and Bad Boy CEO Sean Combs.
Brown began recording the follow-up album to her previous release Broken Silence in the summer of 2001. Early in April 2002, she decided to title it Ill Na Na 2: The Fever. Amid rumors that Brown wanted to leave Def Jam, the album was initially to be released on July 2, 2002. In the middle of that month, Sean Combs offered to be co-executive producer. With a tentative release date of November 19, the first single would be the remix of "Stylin'", featuring Loon, Birdman, N.O.R.E., and Brown's brother Gavin. With a delayed release to May 2003 and plans to produce the album more like her latest (Broken Silence) rather than her original Ill Na Na, Brown started working with R&B singers Anita Baker and Lauryn Hill on the album in early 2003, and "I Need A Man" became the lead single. On April 16, 2003, Brown announced in an interview on The Wendy Williams Show on New York City radio station WBLS that she decided to terminate work on the album; the album would have been released on May 6.