Foxy Brown has just released her sophomore album, "Chyna Doll," which features such hip-hop artists as Jay-Z, DMX and Noreaga lending the coquettish rap star a little lyrical assistance.
Foxy celebrated "Chyna Doll" last week with an all-star party in New York City that drew such luminaries as Method Man and Naughty By Nature (see [article id="1429105"]"Foxy Brown Goes Coast-To-Coast For 'Chyna Doll'"[/article]).
During the festivities, MTV News spotted the guest of honor hanging out with Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough and asked them if his appearance meant they planned on working together in the near future.
[article id="1438833"]"They're my boys,"[/article] Brown said of the Backstreet gang, [article id="1438833"]"I love them so much. I'm a very big fan and it's good to see that they're fans also. I love them, so it's dope."[/article]
[article id="1438833"]"I just like her creativeness,"[/article] added Howie
D, [article id="1438833"]"you know, her being a young artist coming up with really good lyrics. Hopefully [she'll be able to] work eventually with the Backstreet Boys" [28.8 RealVideo].[/article]
No word on when Foxy might hook up with Howie or the rest of the Boys in the studio, and the group's management had no comment as to whether the rapper might pop-up on the next Backstreet record, which is tentatively due in April.