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Super producer Polow Da Don and DJ Siobhan Bell teamed up to release the track titled, “Pay Me,” featuring IAMIAMI. “Pay Me” is an uptempo bass heavy track that includes a sample from Lyn Collins’ 1972 song, “Think (About It).” The sample is most notably recognized in the late 1980s hit, “It Takes Two,” by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock.
Bell boasts the bravado of a male throughout the track with her hard-hitting lyrics and witty punch lines. Serving as an ode to males to step their game up (“Can’t make it rain dubs get the f— out the club”) and also for females to keep their men close by, (Imma bad b—-, and ya girl ain’t s—), this track will have the club turned up for the remainder of the summer for sure.
Bell hails from London and since 2010, she has covered a considerable amount of ground on the music scene. Dabbling in different genres, including trap, R&B and house has made her a mainstay in her hometown.
Polow has enjoyed success on a number of fronts while producing for stars such as Keri Hilson, Usher, Chris Brown, Mario and Ester Dean. His record with Ester Dean, “Drop It Low,” is also sampled in “Pay Me” as well. “ ‘Pay Me’ is a female anthem for the club. It allows women to say how they really feel under the disguise of a party record,” Polow stated. “It has an old-school Miami feel to it, it’s fun.”
Recently, Polow received a new deal with Epic Records, which experienced a resurgence thanks to LA Reid.
K Major (@KMajorMusic) does it again! He just stepped on scene barely a year ago with Smash single “Smashin” blazing all the Atlanta radio waves and it definitely went strip club platinum! Check out new single “Alot Of Cash” ft Rich Gangs Young Thug. Shots out to Coalition Djs taking this kid to the next level.
This is the moment a lot of people have been waiting for. The “Rich Sex” video from Future with Blac Chyna as the leading lady. The video is moist beyond measures, however, it is tastefully sexy, I don’t care about the rumors Chyna looks great, Future lays down his sexiness in the video and I’m sure the panty dropping has went to Pluto! You MUST see the video, the kissing, the hunching, ooh wee you all are in for a ride. You might need a cold shower after this one #RichSex. I never had it, but if its anything like this I’ll be sure to add to my bucket list.
Who is Money Scorseze (@MScorseZe)
Life is complex, and oftentimes, it’s not just painted with black and white but with many shades of grey. This truth is reflected in my music. Like the late great Tupac Shakur, I find myself torn between two twins of myself. It’s the human condition; that’s what I write in my music. That is the honesty that I think is lacking in music right now. Putting unnecessary pressure on all of us to live lies lost in fantasy. We are all not one thing all of the time. We laugh we cry, we pray we get high. That is why I think my music resonates with my fans because like them, it shows that people are complex individuals, who are never as simple as a selfie. Allow me to introduce my world to your world.
I was born in Columbus, Ohio, Raised in the days of the golden age of Rap, as they call it. I caught the back-end of it but I was fortunate enough to catch the wave at that time. Rap music identified with me because it was loud and boisterous like I was. The competitive nature identified with mine. I like the word play of the rhymes, and schemes in the music. Complexities in music are what keep it interesting for me. I never took the music very serious because I was not planning on living that long honestly. Caught up in a destructive whirlwind, my own demons pushed me the wrong direction. Gangs, drugs, fights, guns, blades, you name it, that was my environment. Like every kid that grew up in a single parent home I lacked discipline and direction. Hopeless I thought it was pointless to make plans for a life I didn’t value. It would take me coming close to death for me to re-evaluate my decisions.
After being shot in the face I saw that my life must have value as I felt God had spared me. I felt like for once I was given a gift I hadn’t deserved. I had gotten a second chance to start a new. I went onto build on the family I had started young. I was determined to give to them what I didn’t have. A stable environment which to grow and become confidence in not only my abilities but in my very existence.
Time passes and family life was great… But I was still unfulfilled. I had tried to drown out the music that still played in my head. I wasn’t ungrateful at my second chance; it was more or less I was incomplete. I was still being drawn to create. After my father was murdered we relocated too Atlanta to start a new course. New place, new home, new opportunities. I did not financially need music, but I needed music. The music was therapy too me. It helped for me to tell the stories that I lived and the things that I witnessed.