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  • 1. Always For Me
  • 2. Always For Me (Version)

Foxy Brown born Jennifer Esmerelda Hylton is affectionately known as “Jamaica’s Tracy Chapman” after receiving her first introduction to the reggae charts via Steely & Clevie rendition of “Sorry” and “Fast Car”. Miss Brown released her debut album ‘Foxy’ in 1989, which showcased her original songwriting talents and in 1990 scored another major hit with Dancehall single ‘Always For Me’ also released on her album ‘My Kind Of Girl’ through RAS Records and in Jamaica on the Ras Jam imprint, produced by Harold McLarty.

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