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I’m not sure who has next out of Roc Nation’s camp, but I can tell you who’s got now and that would be Bridget Kelly.

Earlier today, the Thinkin’ About Forever, songstress released her new EP, Every Girl, and I seriously can not believe it’s being given away for free $.99, but it is…

In a short period of time, Kelly has been able to make a name for herself in the industry. Introduced to the world on stage touring with veteran Jay-Z, her first single, written by industry hot boy Frank Ocean, assisted Kelly with becoming the artist to watch…

For her first offering out the gate, Kelly worked with writers Ne-Yo, Ester Dean, Terius “The Dream/Radio Killer” Nash, James Fauntelroy II and others. You ready to dig in?!

Download your copy of Every Girl here.

Find out what Bridget tells Hip Hollywood about her first album…

Did you download the EP? Are you feeling Every Girl?

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Hip Hollywood recently went behind-the scenes with “Officially Crowned” Queen Melanie Fiona on the shoot for the video of her single, 4 AM, which will appear on her sophomore album, The MF Life.

In the clip, she talks about the themes behind her song 4 AM, and The MF Life, saying, “it is definitely a lot more who Melanie Fiona is, and how I’ve evolved, and how I’ve grown and sharing those insights and that energy with my audiences.”

Fiona also addresses the pressure associated with working on her second album, some of the producers she’s been in the studio with, and shutting up “one-hit wonder” naysayers.

Listen to 4 AM in its entirety here, you can also purchase it on iTunes. Find out more about her album, The MF Life, in Melanie’s interview with The Queen’s Castle, here.


The newest artist to come out of the Roc Nation empire is Bridget Kelly. The Queen’s Castle recently shared her debut single, Thinking About Forever, which was written by Frank Ocean and produced by her “number one producer,” Shay Taylor.

Kelly recently sat down with Rap-Up TV to reveal that she’s working on an EP with four to five songs that will help introduce her debut album, also in the works. So far she’s had the chance to work with The Dream and Ne-Yo and she further elaborates how Frank Ocean came to write the debut single. Signed to Roc Nation, Kelly admits that Jay-Z demands the best out of his artists, claiming it’s “a blessing to have a direct line” to him. She even shares a story about how he encouraged her to work on her music, when she thought she was through.

Her debut single knocks and I’m looking forward to some more music from her. If you haven’t heard Thinking About Forever, listen here.

More on Bridget Kelly at her website.


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