Born Inga deCarlo Fun Marchand in 1978, the American rapper from Brooklyn, Foxy Brown, has collaborated with numerous artists, and is known for both her solo work and as a member of the hip hop group, The Firm. Her albums include the '96 "Ill Na Na," the '99 "China Doll" and "Broken Silence" in '01
She appeared on the self-titled album by The Firm, the only one produced by that group. Her career has been interrupted frequently by arrests, and she left Def Jam in '05, cutting short the release of "Ill Na Na's" sequel. She returned that year to release "Black Roses" before suffering serious hearing loss. Her fourth album is a mixtape release of '08, after a jail sentence served for assault.