42. Eugene Wilde, Foxy Brown and P Square; Gotta Get You Home Tonight
The Sample Axis Podcast
The simple and elegant writing of Eugene Wilde back in 1984 was so good that it influenced two generations ahead of its time. Gboyega and Nelson talk about the beautiful piece of music and how it influenced then 18 year old Foxy Brown to make a hit record that would become one of her signature tunes, this also leads us down to Nigeria as one of the big guns in the early 2000s in Psquare started their sophomore album with an Intro that gives a complete vibe and production sample of the 1984 classic "Gotta Get You Home Tonight" titling theirs "Story" which gives a feel that is undeniably great for an album Intro after so many years of climbing the ladder towards stardom for the duo.Nelson and Gboyega give background stories and touch on everything interesting about these three records and their influences.
Continuing our series on beefs in hip hop, this week we'll be getting into Lil Kim & Foxy Brown. We don't know the REAL reason for the beef, we just know that it's been going on for YEARS, and is showing no signs of ending anytime soon. With these episodes, we'll be going as far back as the early days of The Bridge Wars through Pusha T's Drake bullying in 2018. We'll be discussing some of the most impactful moments in hip hop history, so come along for the ride.Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe. Also, follow us on the 'gram & the bird, @TROYPodcast for updates!Also, check out our companion playlist here: aka Thelma & Louisetroypodcast.com
linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema This July is “Ladie's Night” at Catching Up On Cinema! This month we'll be taking a look at a number of action movies headlined by women, beginning with Jack Hill's, Foxy Brown (1974)! Starring Pam Grier, the film is one of the most famous of Blaxploitation films, serving as the launchpad for both the actress and character's ascent to legendary pop culture icon status. Mean spirited, funky, and packed with social commentary, the film is very much an exploitation film, however it holds the distinction of serving as a highly influential movie to the likes of Quentin Tarantino and many other high profile members of the film community. Find us online at catchinguponcinema.com Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
A music and media podcast from Stavros Boss and Big Wahala from the ESN NetworkWe continue our Female Emcee journey with the creamof the crop getting their own episode.This week belongs to Foxy BrownSpotify Playlist : https://bit.ly/esnradiospotifyplaylists#ESNradio @esnradiopod
Vol. 19: Foxy Brown Math (feat. @MarcelG1017, @CodieDre & @SkyHighEph)
Show Your Work Network
Banks and Nelson are joined by Marcel, as well as Codie Dre & Eph from the Black Announce Table Podcast! The guys discuss the NBA, including Nelson calling Russell Westbrook breaking the triple double record before this episode was recorded, where some of today’s most acclaimed point guards rank amongst the all time greats, amongst other topics. The guys then go into wrestling, discussing Brian Pillman’s episodes on Dark Side Of The Ring, why Marcel loved AEW, Kenny Omega dressing like Kevin Samuels, and a brief discussion on Canelo’s win and what’s next for him. Follow, Rate, Like, Subscribe! Banks: @banksnorest2 Nelson: @whoisoriginel Marcel: @marcelG1017 Codie: @CodieDre Eph: @SkyHighEph Black Announce Table: @blackannctable Sign up for the Black Announce Table Patreon For Exclusive Content: https://www.patreon.com/blackannouncetable *Produced by @banksnorest2*
Cinema File: We don't mess around about "Foxy Brown" (1974)
Cinema File Podcast
In honor of the 7th anniversary of the special "CultCore" episode series, Andrew speaks to Kate Owens just moments after she finished watching the 1974 Pam Grier classic "Foxy Brown," co-starring Antonio Fargas and Bob Minor, and directed by Decatur, Ga. resident Jack Hill.
This week I’m looking at an artist, who, I knew very little about before deciding deliberately to look into her. She’s one of the best rappers of all time, one of the highest charting females and in her prime was undeniable, but yet I’m sure lots of people now don’t know her music well. She rose alongside Nas and Jay-Z. She was famous at the age of 16 and by the time she was 18 she’d sold over 2million copies of her records. She’s also the one artist Nicki Minaj credits above all others as an influence.This is an episode about talent. As told via the journey of Foxy Brown. Foxy Brown Handles:@foxybrownLex Handles:@lexonthedecks See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dru Down ALLEGEDLY attacks and R@PED legedary rapper FOXY BROWN
Talk to me now ft. MsGraciePacey
In today's episode of Talk to Me Now ft. Msgraciepacey We're talking an alleged attack that took place on Foxy Brown by Dru Down from his own words. Are the HipHop heads really this hypocritical, one minute it's protect black women, in the next it's "let me tell you how I slapped her around" Thoughts?
"She's brown sugar & spice..but if you don't treat her nice, she'll put you on ice!" Let's talk about Pam Grier's iconic roles, high-profile relationships, and how she changed the narrative for women in blaxploitation films. Instagram: @THEVIXENMEMOIRSSubmissions: VIXENPODCAST@GMAIL.COMMusic: https://soundcloud.com/vhslogos