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Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Unreleased Shit ....Foxy Brown - Ill Na Na 2:The Fever
http://Foxy Brown's official Twitter page: @FoxyDonDiva This is the advanced copy (not the official) version of Foxy Brown's 'Ill Na Na 2: The Fever' project from 2003. It's different from the version from the 2003 version because the track listing is in a different order. I changed the track listing because the original track listing was placed wrongly (if you listened to the beginnings of each track on the original advanced copy, you knew that). This collection is in MONO format. I have most of the HQ STEREO tracks, but I chose not to upload them because most of them are available via iTunes as singles, on other collections, and two of them are on her 2008 street album 'Brooklyn's Don Diva.' So, if you want those records, you have to purchase them. Again, the official album was NEVER released (don't lie and say you have it; because if so, I want the songs she did with Luther Vandross, Anita Baker, Lauryn Hill and so forth). This is just an alternate version of the original mono format advanced copy that leaked on the internet in 2003. I also cleaned upo some of the quality on SOME of the tracks. I also added the Lady Saw version of "Streets Love Me," which was renamed to "The Quan." Advanced copies tend to have wrong or temporary name titles (hence "Streets Love Me" being changed to "Streets Love Me").Most people don;t know this, but the song "All My Life" was never called "All My Life." It was an error. According to ASCAP, the song is and was always entitled "Black Girl Lost," which makes sense since Foxy says "this is a story of Black Girl Lost" in the intro of the song and the phrase "all my life" is never repeated in the song, nor does it go with the motif of the record. I also included "Stylin' " and "How You Want It," two songs that weren't on the advanced version, but should have been.