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Well, this is awesome. Here's a track from M.I.A.'s forthcoming Bad Girls remix EP, a Switch remix that features verses from Missy Elliott (!!!) and Rye Rye. It reworks the original into a stuttering…   Read Story »
Tom's on his way to NYC's Pop Conference -- here's his event, a panel about mixtapes, which he knows a little bit about -- so I'm filling in today on the video beat. Even if he was around, he's still…   Read Story »
Baltimore dance-rapper Rye Rye's video for her bubbly pop track "Boom Boom" plays like a hyperactive, phantasmagoric tribute to decades-old video games. I like the part where she rides a dolphin.…   Read Story »
This track, the second single from Rye Rye's much-delayed debut album Go! Pop! Bang, uses the vocal from Robyn's 2005 single "Be Mine." We heard the first single, "Sunshine," back in October 2010,…   Read Story »
Nearly every blog comment or review said 19-year-old Rye Rye stole the show at HARD NYC back in July. It was a welcome return after Rye Rye was quiet for a bit, and her in-the-works debut album, Go!…   Read Story »
Coachella is already the most fashionable of the summer festivals by virtue of its proximity to Los Angeles, so this year the NYT ran with the glam, taking a bagful of high fashion garments and…   Read Story »
M.I.A. protegĂ© Rye Rye unleashed this banger around SXSW time, as one of the first releases on Maya's nascent N.E.E.T. label. And the 18 year old's first single is cloaked in her mentor's…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy The last day at SXSW is always tinged with a depressing end-of-the-summer vibe. (Or maybe end of the school year?) However you want to frame it, once the Saturday sun…   Read Story »
The Rye Rye/M.I.A. connections run deep: the pair toured relentlessly on the back of Kala, Rye teamed up with Afrikan Boy on the Paper Planes (Homeland Security Remixes) EP, now the 18 year-old is…   Read Story »
Last year's Clash-sampling, terror-ific "Paper Planes" found a second life this summer, thanks to Pineapple Express and a bunch of hot rappers. Maya tells Rolling Stone, "The way human beings hear…   Read Story »