Azealia Banks releases her new single "ATM Jam", a song produced and featured by Pharrell Williams. This single will be included in Banks' album Broke With Expensive Taste, which will be released in the fall. For those looking forward to this summer's great music, this is definitely a new release to listen to.
Not only is she unapologetic, her style exudes it as well. The girl can pull off anything from tom boyish looks, to cleaning up on the red carpet, Rihanna shows that her looks are nothing but flawless.
Rihanna kicks off her first Reality TV debut, Styled to Rock, which has already aired in the U.K, the show is to air on the Style Network soon. With Pharrell Williams and American Supermodel Erin Wasson teaming up to be mentors, will you be watching?
Rihanna at the Miami Heat Game
Rihanna at the 2013 Grammy's
On a side note, I will guiltily admit that seeing this necklace on Rihanna was the final deciding factor in purchasing this necklace.
Guess who won't have to be singing "Nah nah whats my name" anymore!
Pharrell Williams, aka Skateboard P, rapper, singer, composer, fashion designer, producer and now author will be releasing his new book The Places and Spaces I've been. He puts into a book his casual conversations with the industry's leading players including Anna Wintour, Kanye West, and Jay-Z. Learn what makes a great cd to the daily routines of today's geniuses. Also learn what stopped hip hop dead in it tracks according to Jay Z.
“First we got to go back to before grunge and why grunge happened. Hair bands’ dominated the airwaves and rock became more about looks than about actual substance and what it stood for—the rebellious spirit of youth….That’s why “Teen Spirit” rang so loud because it was right on point with how everyone felt, you know what I’m saying?
It was weird because hip-hop was becoming this force, then grunge music stopped it for one second, ya know? Those ‘hair bands’ were too easy for us to take out; when Kurt Cobain came with that statement it was like, “We got to wait awhile.” I have always been a person who was curious about the music and when those forces come on the scene, they are inescapable. Can’t take your eyes off them, can’t stop listening to them. [Cobain] was one of those figures. I knew we had to wait for a second before we became that dominant force in music.” - Jay-Z