Welcome to Music Trivia Thursdays, where we're pitting two of the biggest names in hip-hop against each other: Foxy Brown and Lil Kim. These two fierce female rappers dominated the 90s and early 2000s with their bold lyrics, unapologetic attitudes, and unforgettable hits. From Foxy's debut album to Lil Kim's collaborations with the likes of Puff Daddy and Christina Aguilera, these queens of hip-hop have left an indelible mark on the industry. Get ready to test your knowledge and see who comes out on top in this Foxy Brown vs Lil Kim music trivia showdown!
What is Lil Kim's real name and what is Foxy Brown's real name?
Which song featuring Lil Kim and Christina Aguilera won the Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 2002 Grammy Awards?
Which Foxy Brown song features a sample of Michael Jackson's hit "Billie Jean"?
Which Lil Kim album features the hit song "No Time" featuring Puff Daddy?
What was the name of Foxy Brown's debut album, released in 1996?
Which Lil Kim song features the lyrics "I used to be scared of the dick, now I throw lips to the shit, handle it like a real bitch"?
What is the name of the supergroup that Lil Kim was a part of, which also included Missy Elliott, Da Brat, and Angie Martinez?
Which Foxy Brown song features the lyrics "Who's world is this? The world is yours. The world is mine, it's mine, it's mine, it's mine"?
Which Lil Kim album featured the hit song "Magic Stick" featuring 50 Cent?
Which Foxy Brown song features the lyrics "Ain't nobody touching shorty, what?" and a sample from the movie "Scarface"?
Stay tuned for the answers on next week's Music Trivia Challenge
As promised: Last Week's Music Trivia Challenge - Tupac vs Notorious B.I.G.
Here are the answers:
Tupac Shakur's real name was Lesane Parish Crooks and Notorious B.I.G.'s real name was Christopher Wallace.
The two record labels involved in the East Coast-West Coast hip hop rivalry were Bad Boy Records (East Coast) and Death Row Records (West Coast).
Tupac's debut album that was released in 1991 was titled "2Pacalypse Now."
The Notorious B.I.G. song that sampled the theme from "Sanford and Son" was "The Streetz Iz a Mutha."
The rap group that Tupac and Digital Underground collaborated with in the early 1990s was called Strictly Dope.
The Tupac song that features the line "California Love" is also titled "California Love."
The Notorious B.I.G. song that features the line "It was all a dream, I used to read Word Up! magazine" is "Juicy."
The rapper who collaborated with Tupac on the hit single "How Do U Want It" was K-Ci & JoJo.
Notorious B.I.G.'s debut album that was released in 1994 was titled "Ready to Die."
The Tupac song that was released posthumously and featured Elton John on piano was "Ghetto Gospel."