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Luxury

Meet Khadijah Monay Miller, better known by the stage name Luxury. She is an independent artist who specializes in the mastery of a Pop, Urban, EDM, and Reggae blended sound. She has worked with an independent label from 2012-2014 and is now ready to take her career to the next level. Raised in Newark, NJ her love for music and the arts came about almost instinctively. Since the beginning of time Luxury has been showcasing her talent and diligently working towards actualizing her dreams of being a world renowned singer and songwriter. She is heavily influenced by Pop Culture and 90’s Hip-Hop and R&B, such as: Aaliyah, Beyoncé, Brandy, Rihanna, Madonna, Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, and Chris Brown. Due to Luxury’s eclectic style her songwriting is a little different from most songwriters who started out as poets. Instead of beginning the song by writing she “finds her melodies first and then the words fall into place.” By relying on the melodies to anchor the feelings and emotions of the songs, she is able to reach a broader audience and not be boxed in by one particular sound.

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 This past Tuesday (6/16) marked what would have been the 44th birthday of the late great Tupac Shakur. A variety of creative tributes to the fallen emcee poured out on social media from artists like Jhene Aiko and Chris Brown. Milwaukee’s own Cezar decided to release an ode as well. He revamped his trademark #TwosUpTuesday with a CezMix of Pac’s legendary single “California Love.” Great way to signify his return for the year.

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Guess whose back like your significant other during tax season? Pooh Bailey. I gave you guys a little time to fake listen to mixtapes and ignore family members. Now lets get back to celebrity business. This year will be the same as last year. There’s no new year, new me motto over here. I’m still petty. I will still tell you how I feel. And I couldn’t care less about the dissertations that some of you guys write in response to it. So here’s a little recap of what some of your favorite celebrities have been doing while you were waiting on your W-2s.

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Canadian raptress Haviah Mighty is back on the site with one of two remixes that she recently unleashed on her supporters. It’s called “Only” and is a rendition of the track of the same name done by Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Drake, and Chris Brown (peep it here). She dropped the remixes in order to get everyone pumped up for her upcoming EP, Bass Loud. It will include 12 all original tracks and is scheduled to hit the public in early 2015. Find out how she fared compared to the heavy hitters who originally did the number after the break.

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 “I am a diamond cluster hustler. Queen b****, supreme b****. Kill a n**** for my n**** by any means b****. Murder scene b****. Clean b****, disease free b****, check it.”Lil Kim (“Queen B”)

Things went from 0 to 100 real quick, real quick when Diddy got pissed. If you haven’t heard or you finally came off your giggle fit from the whole Chris Brown and Krispy Kreme (Karrueche) situation, Diddy slapped Drake. Yes, Mr. Puff Daddy put five fingers to Wheelchair Jimmy’s face. But for what? A song (not Cassie). But why? So the story goes, Boi-1da gave the song to both Diddy and Drake. Which most producers do when they have a song. Drake snatched it up first and  it later became “0-100.” Diddy then wants to meet with Drake about the song. Drake on the other hand, begins to dodge Diddy. Never dodge Diddy. So fast forward to early Monday morning (12/8). Diddy meets with Drake outside of club LIV where Drake refuses to step out of the car at first. He finally does. He and Diddy continue to argue. Now Drake being Drake and believing he is as tough as he portrays on records, gets slick. Never get slick with Diddy. Diddy tells him that he will not disrespect him and proceeds to show Drake who is the real HBIC.