St. Louis Rap Artist Tiffany Foxx

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(KTVI) - St. Louis native and rap artist Tiffany Foxx joined April Simpson in the studio to talk about her career.  The young artist began writing poetry at a very young age. She combined that with her love of music and began performing at 17. She later moved to L.A. to pursue her passion and was signed by Doggy Style Records. She recorded her first major single with Snoop Dogg.

She later returned to St. Louis to form ‘June 5th’ with Scar La Don and Brooke Holladay. The group was successful, touring with Bone Thugs & Harmony. The group has since disbanded and Foxx has begun to focus on a solo career again.