foxy-12.jpgFoxy Brown has enlisted the management services of New York based Black Hand Entertainment and its CEO Chaz Williams. In a press release announcing the deal, it was noted that Foxy is currently finishing up her long delayed fourth studio LP, Black Roses, and also has plans to drop a street album in the near future. “I needed to connect with a person who understood my struggle completely from where I came to where I traveled today,” Foxy said of the partnership. “Chaz is an aggressive businessman who has overcome adversity and roadblocks his entire life, I need a person who can relate to real struggle and who has experience in moving beyond at the most difficult times.” The Brooklyn born rapper, who is currently embroiled in an assault case in Florida’s Broward County, will also embark on a promo tour to announce her return. Black Roses has been pushed back several times, and was further delayed by the rapper’s sudden hearing loss in 2006. “I think Foxy is an incredible talent and one of the fiercest female MC's of all time, commented Williams. “Her skills and work ethic are undeniable and she has a determination to succeed that I respect. Her focus is keen, and her music speaks for itself. With the return of her hearing, I think she will have the greatest comeback story since Mimi.” Black Hand Entertainment is also home to Queens New York rappers Grafh and Prinz.