New Foxy Brown Album Pushed Up To November

Originally due Dec. 4, Foxy Brown's first album in six years, "Brooklyn's Don Diva," will now arrive Nov. 20 via Koch/Black Hand Entertainment. The first single will be "Don't Surrender" featuring Gra

Originally due Dec. 4, Foxy Brown's first album in six years, "Brooklyn's Don Diva," will now arrive Nov. 20 via Koch/Black Hand Entertainment. The first single will be "Don't Surrender" featuring Graf.

Brown completed her first post-Def Jam album prior to being sentenced last week to a year in jail for violating probation in an earlier case. "This is just a temporary situation," the rapper says in a statement. "I made my bed and have no problem lying in it. My will is steady. What doesn't kill me will only make me stronger."

Brown's manager, Chaz Williams, says despite the artist's incarceration, "Brooklyn's Don Diva" will not be delayed. He also insists Brown is not pregnant, contrary to media speculation.

"She'd been at Def Jam for 13 years," Williams told Billboard.com last month. "It was time to move on to a situation where she was had more control. She's an artist that's already established her brand, sold millions of records and has a loyal fan base. She's got the fame -- now she needs to get the fortune."