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Chyna Doll Studio album by Foxy Brown Released January 26, 1999 June 18, 1999 Recorded 1997-1999 Length = 61:31 Genre Rap/Hip Hop Label Def Jam/Ill Na Na Entertainment Producer Robert 'Shim' Kirkland, Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Kanye West, Irv Gotti, Lil' Rob, Swizz Beatz, Charly Charles, Tyrone Fyffe, Bernard 'Big Demi' Parker, D-Moet, 'Baby' Chris Lighty Professional reviews Allmusic link Entertainment Weekly (B+) link Q link Rolling Stone link The Source link Foxy Brown chronology The Firm: The Album (1997) Chyna Doll (1999) Broken Silence (2001) Singles from Chyna Doll "Hot Spot" Released: November 17, 1998 "I Can't" Released: June 8, 1999 Chyna Doll is the second full-length studio album and third recording by American hip-hop artist Foxy Brown. The album was released in United States on January 26, 1999 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making Foxy Brown the first female hip-hop artist in history to debut at the number one spot on the Billboard 200. The album was later certified Platinum. Chyna Doll was released in the United Kingdom on June 18, 1999. Contents 1 Album information 2 Production 3 Track-Listing 4 Critical reception 5 Commercial Reception 6 Chyna Doll Touring 7 Charts 8 Unreleased Music 9 References 10 External links // Album information Chyna Doll is the follow-up to Foxy Brown's 1996 platinum album Ill Na Na and was recorded in 1998. The album features guest appearances by DMX, Mýa, Total, Jay-Z, Beanie Sigel, Memphis Bleek, Eightball & MJG, Juvenile, Too Short, Pretty Boy (also known as Young Gavin and Nino Brown), Mia X, Gangsta Boo, and Norega. It also features a special appearance by Pam Grier, the actress who played the original Foxy Brown in the 1974 blaxploitation film. About this album, Foxy Brown said, "I wanted to captivate everyone. I wanted to get all the crowds. I wanted to get the Down South crowd, West Coast crowds, East Coast crowds, all the dopest MCs from each part of the world -- and we just did our thing. It was dope, it was real hot. I'm very proud with this album."[1] Production Recording for her second album began in the summer of 1998. In September 1998, it was reported that Foxy Brown would remake Janet Jackson's classic "What Have You Done for Me Lately" for the upcoming album, as well as an update to N.W.A.'s Niggaz With Attitude, calling it "Bitches with Attitude" featuring southern female rappers Mia X and Gangsta Boo.[2] During the recording process of the album, alternative rock singer Fiona Apple agreed to make a guest appearance on the album after an invitation from Brown, but due to scheduling differences, the session could not be arranged in enough time to make the final cut. Foxy Brown had also asked pop singer Madonna to collaborate on the album, but due to unknown circumstances, nothing ever became of it.[3] The original release date for Chyna Doll was November 17, 1998, but Brown decided to delay the release of the album to give her enough time to make sure everything was the way she wanted it. Track-Listing "The Birth of Foxy Brown" - 1:27 "Chyna Whyte" - 3:01 "My Life" - 4:27 "Hot Spot" - 3:50 "Dog and a Fox" (featuring DMX) - 2:57 "J.O.B." (featuring Mýa) - 3:42 "Bomb Ass" - 0:59 "I Can't" (featuring Total) - 4:47 "Bonnie & Clyde Part 2" (featuring Jay-Z) - 4:50 "4-5-6" (featuring Beanie Sigel and Memphis Bleek) - 5:01 "Ride (Down South)" (featuring Eightball & MJG, Juvenile, and Too Short) - 5:41 "Can U Feel Me Baby" (featuring Pretty Boy) - 3:49 "Baller Bitch" (featuring Pretty Boy and Too Short) - 3:49 "B.W.A." (featuring Mia X and Gangsta Boo) - 3:26 "Tramp" - 3:28 "Baby Mother" - 1:25 "It's Hard Being Wifee" (featuring Noreaga) - 4:44 Critical reception Despite Chyna Doll's overwhelming beginning success, journalists critically panned the album for its sexual explicit nature. Allmusic's journalist Jose F. Promis rating the album 2.5 stars. He cites, "...for the most part, this album is full of unappealing, pornographic raps, lame beats, and pathetic gangster posturing. The sophomore slump is evident here...".[4] Amazon journalist Oliver Wang states, "Chyna Doll just sounds like any number of New York-based rap albums, especially with its commercial formula of shuffling high hats, catchy hooks, and recycled funk loops. In the end, Brown's self-exploitive (sexually and racially) cover art is likely to offer more provocative statements than the album itself."[5] Commercial Reception The album was released on January 26, 1999 and debuted on the Billboard 200 charts at No. 1, making Foxy Brown the first female rap artist to ever conquer the chart's top position. On March 24, 1999, Chyna Doll was certified platinum. Chyna Doll Touring In March 1999, it was announced that Foxy Brown would tour with R. Kelly on the "Get Up on a Room" tour featuring Busta Rhymes, Nas, Deborah Cox, and Kelly Price. After cancelling several dates due to slow ticket sales, a fateful stabbing in Miami, and Busta Rhymes pulling out of the tour, Foxy Brown left the tour and pursued her own North American tour that began in August 1999 and stopped at 22 cities in America.[6] Charts Chart (1999) Peak Position The Billboard 200 1 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums 1 Top Canadian Albums 6 Unreleased Music Star Wars (featuring Busta Rhymes) An unreleased song from the Chyna Doll sessions that did not make the final release of the album. The song has remained unreleased. Unknown Title (featuring R. Kelly) MTV reported that Foxy Brown collaborated with R. Kelly for the album Chyna Doll. Although it is not confirmed, the song could have possibly been "Dollar Bill", which appeared on R. Kelly's "R." album. Lately A remake of Janet Jackson's "What Have You Done for Me Lately". The song featured a sample of Janet Jackson's voice and she did not make an official appearance on the song, as was reported. The song did not make the final version of the album. Rolls Royce (Cream Drop) Also known as "S.O.F.T.". Although the song did not appear on the album, it was released through the mixtape circuits in New York City as a buzz single for the album. References ^ MTV (1999-01-21). "Foxy Brown Goes Coast-To-Coast For "Chyna Doll"". MTV. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1429105/19990121/foxy_brown.jhtml.  ^ MTV (1998-09-04). "Foxy Brown To Cover Janet Jackson And N.W.A.". MTV. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1429107/19980904/foxy_brown.jhtml.  ^ MTV (1999-01-19). "Foxy Brown-Fiona Apple Collaboration Scuttled By Schedule, Apple Eyes Work On New Album"". MTV. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1424960/19990119/apple_fiona.jhtml.  ^ Jose F. Promis (1999). "Chyna Doll"". AllMusic. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r380219.  ^ Oliver Wang (1999). "Chyna Doll". Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Chyna-Doll-Foxy-Brown/dp/B00000DMU0/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/002-7365998-5200028?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1187936753&sr=8-1.  ^ MTV (1999-05-19). "R. Kelly/Nas/Foxy Brown Tour Cancels More Dates". AllMusic. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1429098/19990519/foxy_brown.jhtml.  External links Foxy Brown's Official MySpace Page Foxy Brown at the Internet Movie Database Preceded by Made Man by Silkk The Shocker Billboard 200 number-one album February 13–19, 1999 Succeeded by …Baby One More Time by Britney Spears v • d • e Foxy Brown Studio albums Ill Na Na (1996) · Chyna Doll (1999) · Broken Silence (2001) Other albums The Album (with Nas, AZ & Nature) (1997) · Ill Na Na 2: The Fever (shelved) · Brooklyn's Don Diva (2008) · Black Roses (shelved) Singles "Get Me Home" · "I'll Be" · "Big Bad Mamma" · "Hot Spot" · "I Can't" · "B.K. Anthem" · "Oh Yeah" · "Candy" · "Stylin'" · "I Need a Man · "Come Fly with Me" Featured singles "I Shot Ya (Remix)" · "Touch Me Tease Me" · "Ain't No Nigga" · "(Always Be My) Sunshine" · "Firm Biz" · "Too Much for Me" · "U Already Know" Related article Discography