Rye Rye - NEW video ft Robyn + California Dreams tour dates

Rye Rye Unleashes Video featuring Robyn for "Never Will Be Mine" + California Dreams Tour Dates!

Rye Rye and Robyn Never Will Be Mine

Joins Katy Perry on the California Dreams Tour

Salacious and fashion-forward hip-hoptress Rye Rye is serving up a blazing new video for "Never Will Be Mine" featuring indie/pop princess, Robyn.

Directed by Tim Nakashi, the video showcases a softer side of both ladies, while still sporting the impressible, techni-color spunk fans have grown to love about each!

Rye Rye "Never Will Be Mine" featuring Robyn + tour, video

Watch the video to see why The Culture of Me believes "Never Will Be Mine" is "destined for summer anthem status".

Rye Rye - Never Will Be Mine ft. Robyn video:

Earlier this month, Rye Rye joined Katy Perry and Robyn on the entirely sold-out US leg of the California Dreams Tour. She will perform at select dates in major cities across the US, including Boston, Austin, and Los Angeles.

Stay tuned for more details regarding the long-awaited release of Rye Rye's debut album Go! Pop! Bang! In the meantime, be sure to download "Never Will Be Mine" featuring Robyn from iTunes and Amazon.

Rye Rye on the California Dreams 2011 Tour Dates:

(Dates and information subject to change.)

June 2011

June 17 @ Nassau Coliseum - Uniondale, NY
June 18 @ TD Garden - Boston, MA
June 19 @ Prudential Center - Newark, NJ

July 2011

July 22 @ Rose Garden Arena - Portland, OR
July 23 @ Taco Bell Arena - Boise, ID
July 25 @ Energy Solutions Arena - Salt Lake City, UT
July 26 @ First Bank Center - Broomfield, CO
July 28 @ Verizon Theatre - Grand Prairie, TX
July 29 @ Toyota Center - Houston, TX
July 30 @ Frank Erwin Center - Austin, TX

August 2011

August 3 @ Comerica Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
August 5 @ Nokia Theatre LA Live - Los Angeles, CA
August 6 @ Nokia Theatre LA Live - Los Angeles, CA
August 7 @ Nokia Theatre LA Live - Los Angeles, CA


Championed by tastemakers like BBC DJ Gilles Peterson and respected producer Diplo, Baltimore rapper Rye Rye arrived in 2008 with an effervescent style and some support from M.I.A. She was only 17 when a rap left on DJ Blaqstarr's answering machine turned into a partnership. Blaqstarr introduced her to the Mad Decent label/studio/family and soon she would land on a remix of M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes" plus the Diplo track "Wassup Wassup." Next, she signed with M.I.A.'s imprint N.E.E.T. and released her first solo track, "Shake It to the Ground." By the end of 2008, she appeared on a remix of electro producer Adrian Lux's track "Strawberry" plus the Count & Sinden single "Hardcore Girls." She kicked off 2009 by appearing on the Fast & Furious soundtrack with the song "Bang." Tours with M.I.A. and Die Antwoord followed in 2010, along with a video for a new single, titled "Sunshine." Aided by producers Blaqstarr, Diplo, Count & Sinden, and M.I.A., Rye Rye's long-awaited debut, Go! Pop! Bang!, was finished by the end of the year and scheduled to be released later in 2011.

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