Chelsea Rivers was influenced by the arts early on. At the age of 3 she was enrolled and trained in ballet. Shortly after she immersed herself in other genres such as Tap, Modern and African Dance. Though dance was initially her first passion, it wasn’t long before she realized another talent that would soon supersede her first love. Following the footsteps of her mother, Chelsea would soon discover another gift, the gift of Song. With influences such as Phyllis Hyman, Denise Williams, Billy Paul, Whitney Houston, and Prince to name a few, there was no denying she would be well on her way to pursue her hearts desire. Her one true dream is to establish a name that will be remembered not only for elegance, class, and style; but also as a role model for the generation behind to pattern. Her main objective is to become a paragon in the entertainment industry.
It seems like rap standards such as lyrics and flow have taken a backseat to the image and glitz that comes when a new artist is exposed – so much so that stars can develop their audiences in the comfort of their own homes, and translate that into concerts and media appearances. But if you’re really who you say you are, just know that Westbay and Prestigious are coming for ya’, and ready to call you out, right in front of your people. Produced by tC, “Lithium” opens with a timeless quotable from the late Notorious B.I.G. that puts that battery in the back of the two Brooklyn emcees, setting the tone for them to go verse for verse, with lyrics to go. Nope, they’re not trying to slack.. at all.
After dropping all them YayMixes, Chinx now drops a brand new single, Bodies featuring Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel.
Here’s the video of Tyler, The Creator kicking his Open Bar Freestyle on L.A. Leakers #LIFOFF show.
Innocent? drops a visual for a his track International, featuring Nitty Scott, MC and Mugga Boy, off his Love It or Hate It release.
T.I. shows that he’s the ultimate entertainer, as he touched down in Africa for a concert he says must go on, Ebola or no Ebola. Sources close to the situation tell TMZ, T.I. landed in Tanzania on Friday to headline the Serengeti Fiesta this weekend and his management team insists there is no risk of an outbreak, since the country has yet to have had a single Ebola case.
It’s true, Tanzania’s on the far east coast of Africa, while the hardest hit countries are in West Africa. It’s kinda like canceling a trip to Maine because Ebola’s in Dallas. One not-so-fun fact for T.I., just last month an Oxford University study said Tanzania is one of the top 15 countries in Africa at risk for animal-to-human transmission of Ebola.
Chief Keef drops a new track Now & Later, featuring now exiled rapper Tyga.
Diggy Simmons drops a new track titled Honestly.
Gunplay drops 50 Bars, over the Who Shot Ya? instro.