Tiffany Foxx – Goal Diggers
Representing out of St. Louis MO, Tiffany Foxx is putting her stamp down in a big way. As the protege of the Queen Bee Lil’ Kim, Foxx has been hard at work establishing herself. She showcases her talent and assorted abilities on the follow up to her debut solo mixtape project, “Yellow Tape.”
Here are the SOHH 5 Reasons to download “Goal Diggers”.
1. Queen Bee co-sign
Lil’ Kim is one of the most thoro females ever to hold a mic. Her stamp of approval holds major weight. Tiffany Foxx told WRUG Media a few months back, “I met Kim in St. Louis, I opened up for her a few years back and ever since then we been in contact with each other. Seven months ago she heard some of my music and she was like ‘What the hell?’- so she hopped on a few things of mine. We did some remixes, so I got a lot of stuff out there right now.”
When the video for for “Twisted” dropped, it got a lot of attention increasing the Tiffany Foxx buzz and generating more fans and interest. Not only was the song a club banger, it featured a cameo from Pop princess Miley Cyrus who is a big fan of Lil’ Kim and Tiffany. The ladies certainly turnt it up on the break out hit. Foxx told MTV News back in February, “It was so much fun. Me and Kim, we decided to shoot it out in California. And Miley, you know, had been reaching out to Kim via Twitter. And then she reached out to me. And then long story short, she surprised me and came out to set. She said she wasn’t going to be able to make it… so she surprised me and came and we had a great time.”
Tiffany Foxx shows a lot of range on this “Goal Diggers” mixtape. She shows off her singing ability on “Baby”, a fresh take of the 2002 Ashanti song. There is live piano mixed in courtesy of Bradd Young and the song’s content sounds real personal. Foxx rhymes and sings with passion and her delivery and words draws you in.
“Damn – but things ain’t what they seem to be/
I hate that an arrogant ass cheater is what you see in me/
Them h*es you f*ck with got glaucoma they ain’t seeing me/
I wish you could open my chest cavity and see in me!”
4. She Can Rock
Tiffany Foxx spits with confidence and is able to adjust her wordplay seamlessly. She knows how to get aggressive on the rowdy joint “On Set” but she can also flip it with deeper introspective cuts such as “Song Cry”. She makes it clear on the “PSA” skit, “I’m coming for the m*thaf*ckin’ throne. They already know it, they see it – they feel threatened. It is what it is, Kim got me cause you know what – I can stand on my own. I am not nobodies pawn and all that bullsh*t. I can hold my own, I write my own sh*t. Everything about me is m*thaf*ckin’ real.”
Foxx isn’t afraid to rock off classic beats like the Eminem cut “Renegade” or the Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya?” showing listeners her adaptability.
Tiffany does her own thing for dolo with the exception of bringing the vocal talents of Aloha and The Marie Effect on board. Production credits come from Bradd Young, Big Fraze and Vega. Tiffany also goes in on assorted vintage instrumentals giving it her own twist.