Originally from Southern California, Ava Pearl spent most of her childhood growing up in Phoenix, AZ. Ava’s talent is becoming increasingly more visible as she continues to collaborate and perform with industry pros alike nationwide. For “Already Been Your Girl,” the songstress has teamed up with producer J-Classic and legendary guitar player Glenn Jefferies to create this soulfully eclectic blend of an urban/pop/country vibe. The song is geared towards sharing her empowerment gained through life experiences as she claims front and center that she has “Already Been Your Girl.”
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I didn’t plan on coin’ anything this year for my birthday but… you know how that goes! Miss Alynette & Miss Diddy made a few calls and here we go… Lol
TOMORROW NIGHT the Crisco Kidd Block Party is taking over Supperclub LA with The Supreme Team! Join my self in the mix 10p-Midnight and DJ BAD ’til 2a plus A LOT of surprise guests from TEXAS to THE BAY! #YoungCalifornia #YoungTexas
In Tinashe’s latest interview on The Crisco Kidd Block Party, they talk about a variety of things including her ethnicity, landing her deal with RCA, her new single “2 On” featuring Schoolboy Q & how it came about, producing, dancing & a lot more!
Watch the official video for “2 On” HERE
Listen to the FULL interview and mixshow below!
The video has arrived. Check out Tinashe’s visuals for “2 On” featuring ScHoolBoy Q and produced by DJ Mustard. #YoungCalifornia
“2 On” Available on iTunes
Jay-Z, 44, is letting Drake have it in a new track entitled “We Made It.” In the song Hove goes on to diss Drake by not even referring to him as a man. Drake managed to get under Jay’s skin by dissing Hove’s use of art references in his songs. We bet the “Too Much” rapper wished he’d kept those comments to himself.
Jay opened up about Drake’s recent Rolling Stone comments concerning the use of art references in a verse on Jay Electronica’s “We Made It” track.
“Sorry Mrs. Drizzy for so much art talk,” Jay Z raps on the track. “Silly me, rap pin’ ’bout s**t that I really bought — while these rappers rap about guns that they ain’t shot — and a bunch of other silly s**t that they ain’t got.”
Jay Z’s “Drizzy” reference stems from Drake’s trade mark alias, a name dropped several times during his interview. In that interview, Drake openly criticizes Jay Z’s references to art in his lyrics.
“It’s like Hov can’t drop bars these days without at least four art references,” Drake says in the article. ”I would love to collect [art] at some point, but I think the whole Rap/art world thing is getting kind of corny.”
– Bryant Perkins
Lyrical BEAST, King Los, drops the second installment of Zero Gravity. With records like “Play Too Rough,” “Woke Up Like This” and more already buzzin’ on the net, this mix tape WON’T let you down. Stream or download it now. Shouts to HNHH!