|Birth name||Tiffany Parham|
|Born||St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.|
Tiffany Parham, known professionally as Tiffany Foxx, is an African American recording artist. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Foxx first garnered recognition in 2005 after appearing on Snoop Dogg's compilation album Welcome to tha Chuuch: Da Album . In 2010, she formed a hip-hop group "June 5th". They released the mixtape HERstory before Foxx decided to pursue her solo career.
In 2012, rapper Lil' Kim signed Foxx to her record label International Rock Star Records. Since then she has released three mixtapes, Yellow Tape, Goal Diggers and King Foxx . She also appeared in the fourth season of the VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta . In 2017, Foxx appeared on Season 2 Episode 7 of WE TV dating show Million Dollar Matchmaker with Patti Stanger.
"June 5" was a female rap group from St. Louis, Missouriformed in 2009 signed under Mizay Entertainment that included (in addition to Foxx) such as Scar Ladon, and Brooke Holladay. The group came about when all three girls met on June 5, 2009.
Foxx stated “When we first came together we met because we were all in the business, So we joined forces on June 5th and became the group June 5th.”On March 24, 2010, June 5 released their first mixtape called, HERstory.
In 2012, rapper Lil' Kim signed Foxx to her label, International Rock Star Records. Together, the two have released two songs, "Twisted" and "Jay-Z", both of which have accompanying music videos. In the music video for "Twisted", Miley Cyrus supported her friends Lil' Kim and Foxx by appearing in the music video.
On October 15, 2013, Foxx appeared on the BET Hip Hop Awards BET cypher. On Christmas Day, Foxx revealed the artwork for her upcoming mixtape titled King Foxx which was released on Valentine's Day. Foxx also joined the cast of VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta , which premiered on April 20, 2015.
In 2018, Foxx released singles "War Zone"and "If I Do It" which were included in her upcoming album.
On November 21, 2018, Tiffany Foxx released Bad Bitch Commandments.
|Bad Bitch Commandments|
|"Let's Run Away" Executive Produced by Tony Hanson & Twin-P Ramazani - The Ra-Twins Agency / Fenix Studios||2014||Murda Mook||Single-only release|
|"Where This Light Goes" Executive Produced by Tony Hanson & Twin-P Ramazani - The Ra-Twins Agency / Fenix Studios||Teairra Marí, Angelina Pivarnick & Amoretta|
|"If I Do It" |
Vega Heartbreak and Bradd Young
|"War Zone" |
|"Shake That"||2005||Snoop Dogg||Bigg Snoop Dogg Presents...Welcome to tha Chuuch: Da Album|
|"Can't Find My Panties"||–|
|"I'm Out Here"||2012||G.Vega$, Veto||The Super Group - Power|
|"Boss Bitch"||Shawty Lo, Lola Monroe, Jai Jai||Million Dollar Man|
|"Cheat on My Bitch"||Genesis||Black Belt|
|"Bunkin'"||Big Kuntry King||100%|
|"Pretty Girl Twerk"||2013||Kstylis, Nelly||Single-only release|
|"Shake Something"||Cali Swag District, Problem||Single-only release|
|"Bet It"||2014||Zaytoven||Zaytown Sorority|
|"I'm Just Sayin' (STL Remix)"||JR, Nelly||Single-only release|
|"Way 4 Dat"||2017||Jung Coasta||No Days Off|
|"Unfair"||Zaytoven||Zaytown Sorority, Vol. 2|
|2012||"Jay Z" (feat. Lil' Kim)||Picture Perfect|
|"Twisted" (feat. Lil' Kim)||Jonathan Andrade|
|2013||"Goal Diggers" (feat. Fast Life)||Picture Perfect|
|"Jelly Bean"||Rich Greene|
|"On Set"||The Media Lab|
|2014||"Bet It"||Zay, AL and Roe|
|"Fuk U Thought"||Todd Uno|
|"Goal Digger" (feat. Tracy T)|
|"Where This Light Goes" (feat. Teairra Mari, Angelina Pivarnick and Amoretta)||Tony Hanson|
|2018||"War Zone"||House Of Shoots|
|2006||"Shake That"||Snoop Dogg||Calvin Broadus|
|2012||"Im Out Here"||G.Vega$, Veto||Rich Greene|
|"Boss Bitch"||Shawty Lo, Lola Monroe, Jai Jai||GT Films|
|2014||"Double Cup (Remix)"|| DJ Infamous, Ace Hood, Yo Gotti, Kirko Bangz, Snootie Wild,|
|2013||Birds Of A Feather||Herself|
|2015||Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta||Herself|
|2017||Million Dollar Matchmaker||Herself|
|2013||BET Hip Hop Awards||N/A||Promoting herself for the bet hip hop cypher.|
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