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.