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Favorite '90s female rapper: Lil Kim or Foxy Brown?

Lil Kim and Foxy Brown both burst onto the rap scene in 1995 before releasing their debut albums in 1996. Lil Kim dropped her debut album a week before Foxy, eventually going double platinum with "Hard Core." Kim released two more platinum albums after her debut. Foxy went platinum with her acclaimed debut "Ill Na Na," buoyed by the top 10 pop hit "I'll Be" featuring Jay-Z. Both femcees are groundbreaking and renown for their sexually-explicit styles. Who's your favorite? 🎤

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Kim and Foxy were both featured on Total's "No One Else (Bad Boy Remix)" alongside Da Brat. Watch the music video below. 

According to XXL Mag, Kim and Foxy could have been the Thelma and Louise of hip-hop. 

Kim’s Hard Core went double platinum, armed with successes like “No Time” with Puff Daddy and the single version of “Crush On You” (only Lil’ Cease appears on the album version). Foxy would hit platinum status with Ill Na Na, propelled by “I’ll Be” with Jay Z and “Gotta Get You Home” featuring Blackstreet. Two arguably hyper-sexualized female rappers with significant radio airplay and monster debut albums. There was only one thing to do: bring them together. Rumors of a Thelma and Louise style project began to surface but all too quickly that dream was shattered.
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Watch the music video to one of Kim's biggest hits, "No Time," featuring Puff Daddy (Diddy).

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Check out the music video for Foxy's "I'll Be" below. 

FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Favorite '90s female rapper: Lil Kim or Foxy Brown?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamLilKim
#TeamFoxyBrown