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Rich White Ladies
Rich White Ladies
Fashion Freaks (F*ck Food)
The Filth - EP
Legs (feat. Rye Rye)
Go! Pop! Bang! (Deluxe Version)
Go! Pop! Bang! is the debut studio album by American rapper Rye Rye. It was released on N.E.E.T. Recordings, an imprint of Interscope Records. The album was originally scheduled for release in 2009, but it has since been delayed several times, due to a pregnancy and label issues. It was eventually released on May 15, 2012, with a deluxe version available through digital music retailers. The album features several artists including M.I.A., Akon, Tyga, Robyn, and Porcelain Black. Production credits are given to M.I.A., The Neptunes, Mr. Bangladesh, and RedOne. The variety of styles brought from each producer was praised by critics.
On the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart, the album's three singles charted in the top 20, with "Never Will Be Mine" and "Boom Boom" being the only ones to break the top 10. As a whole, the album peaked at six on the Top Heatseekers chart. The album also charted on the Top Rap Albums and Top Electronic Albums charts.
Broke with Expensive Taste
Broke with Expensive Taste is the debut studio album by American rapper Azealia Banks. In 2011, Banks started working on the album despite not having signed to a record label at that time. A year later, she signed a contract deal with Interscope and Polydor Records to work on the album. However, she felt dissatisfied with the labels' representatives and consequently, she ended the contract with the labels in July 2014 and signed to Prospect Park. After being delayed for over two years, Broke with Expensive Taste was released on November 7, 2014 by Banks herself and Prospect Park via Caroline Records without any prior announcements at all.
Broke with Expensive Taste was described as a hip house and dance-pop record which incorporates elements from a wide range of genres, including punk, trance, trap, R&B and UK garage. The album received positive reviews from music critics, who praised Banks' musical diversity and opined that the album was "worth the wait". The record spawned four singles: "Yung Rapunxel", "Heavy Metal and Reflective", "Chasing Time", and "Ice Princess".
Hey is the label debut EP by American rapper/producer Le1f, released on March 11, 2014 on the Terrible Records. The EP also marks the first official hip hop release for Terrible Records, aside from Solange's 2013 single "Looks Good with Trouble" that featured Kendrick Lamar.
Bring out the Gunnz (feat. Ryan Miistmak3r)
Bad Girls (The Remixes)
On this must-have remix pack, three producers explore the future of hip-hop dance while reworking M.I.A.'s electronic riot grrrl anthem "Bad Girls." Missy Elliott and foul-mouthed underground sensation Azealia Banks trade saucy verses over a Middle Eastern-flavored romp from rap super-producer Danja (under his N.A.R.S. guise), the result as epic as a James Bond score. Frequent M.I.A. collaborator and former Major Lazer man Switch melds bleepy synths and trap stylings to double-time juke, creating a catchy foil for Rye Rye's machine-gun-fire lyrics, while Brazilian producer Leo Justi takes Bollywood to the rave with Indian sounds over rolling breakbeats.
Gotta Ball (Party Animal Remix)
V-Nasty & Lil Debbie
The Same Parts
Blown Away (feat. Azealia Banks)
Gen. Mill$ (feat. Ryan)
I Look Fuckin Cool (feat. Alaska Thunderfuck)
Werqin' Girl (Professional)
Miles and Miles
Chanel West Coast
Somethin 'Bout Kreay
Oakland rapper Kreayshawn burst into the spotlight in 2011 with her viral megahit "Gucci Gucci," spewing irreverent bravado alongside her White Girl Mob. Her major label debut, Somethin 'Bout Kreay, picks up where "Gucci Gucci" left off, the album title spawned from Kreay's awareness that—love her or hate her—there's something about her that gets under people's skin. "You trying to play me like a boss," Kreayshawn growls before threatening to sexually castrate double-crossing male partners on "Left Eye," an homage to the late TLC rapper who infamously burned down her cheating husband's house. Featuring appearances by Kid Cudi, Diplo, 2 Chainz and her longtime crony V-Nasty, the album is fueled by Kreay's flippant, feminist raps over hip-hop, electro, house and R&B production.
Club Now Skunk
Bloodbath (feat. DJ Mitch Ferrino)
Bob the Drag Queen
Trouble is the second studio album by English singer Teddy Sinclair under the name Natalia Kills. It was released on 3 September 2013 by Cherrytree Records through will.i.am Music Group and Interscope. Recording for the album started in early 2012 and took place in Los Angeles and New York. During that time, Sinclair was accompanied by producers including Jeff Bhasker, who served as Trouble's executive producer and handled the production, instrumentation and songwriting.
In comparison with the sound and lyrical content of Sinclair's debut album Perfectionist, Trouble has a heavier atmosphere driven by electric guitars and strong percussion. The lyrics were largely co-written by Sinclair and Bhasker and explore Sinclair's difficult childhood and adolescence. Sinclair designed the album's cover art, which symbolizes its main themes. Upon release, music critics commended the album's cohesion and perceived an evolution in Sinclair's songwriting.
The album was announced with the release of a music video for "Controversy" in September 2012. Three singles were commissioned from Trouble; they were accompanied by respective music videos.
Give Me Life
Weight (feat. Epiphany Mattel)
American Apparel Ad Girls
Willam, Courtney & Alaska
Vroom Vroom EP
Vroom Vroom is the second extended play (EP) by English singer and songwriter Charli XCX, released on 26 February 2016 by Vroom Vroom Recordings. It features production work from Scottish producer Sophie.
Ignorant Art is the debut mixtape by Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, who released it as a free digital download on 27 September 2011, and is widely recognized as launching her music career. The mixtape includes production by Los Angeles-based production team D.R.U.G.S., with their member Chordz 3D having executive produced the project, along with Azalea and Stix as co-executive producers, as noted on the mixtape's back cover credits. It also features guest appearances from YG, Problem, Joe Moses and Chevy Jones.
The New Supreme
Call Me Laquifa (B. Ames Mix)
I Wish I Were Amanda Lepore (feat. Amanda Lepore)
Flight from Paris
I Can Be a Freak
Bitch I'm a Bottom
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